InBetween House by Koji Tsutsui Architect & Associates

Designed by Koji Tsutsui Architect & Associates, the InBetween House is a collection of small mountain cottages situated amongst Japanese larch trees in a mountainous region outside of Tokyo. Consisting of five single-pitched roof cottages that are clad in the local larch wood siding, construction methods are traditional and overly Japanese. The design intent of this house is not the final architectural form, but rather establishing a set of design rules of cottage placements and connections, which allows the house to be freely arranged to satisfy any requirements and adoptable to any future changes or additions.

Source: ArchDaily

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