‘House M for two’ by japanese Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects is a one-story wooden house for two women. A 6m by 6m cube sits in the middle of the site, while kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and storage are radially spread all around the place. Thereby all these spaces are covered and organized by a big roof of wood beams made out of lumber. Each gap between the spread spaces works as parking lot or entry, while you can glimpse out of the window to see the trees outside. This very simple living space is filled with light from the gap and supports the functional spaces around it.
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