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Origami House by TSC Architects

Published Apr 9, 2018

Design by TSC Architects, the stunning Origami House is located in the Mie Prefecture, Japan.

“The house is framed by its angular roof, which is folded in five places to create a series of triangular facets. The roof meets the ground at several points around the perimeter, creating a form that envelops the interior.

Beneath the roof, four triangular elevations display a mixture of glazed and timber-clad surfaces. The largest triangle forms the house’s entrance, where a decked veranda offers residents a sheltered outdoor space.

The interior centres around a double-height living room with a kitchen and dining room on one side. The glazed facade brings daylight through the building, while a wood-burning stove provides heating.”

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