photo Toshiyuki Yano（Nacasa & Partners Inc.,）
A house for a family of three. It is a two-story building, with a first floor for a guest room and a second floor for living space. The space of each floor is vertically bisected by the loft floor. The loft also plays a role in dividing the horizontal plane. By gently dividing the entire space by the loft, I thought that if the space could expand and contract depending on the situation of daily life, it would be possible to absorb the required functions in chronological order, even if they are over capacity at the moment.
The plan of the building has a slightly distorted shape on each side due to the shape of the site, the relationship with the neighboring land, and the parking space. This gives rise to a distorted room shape inside the building as well, and although it is a single space, it becomes not a uniform space due to this distortion and the division of space by the loft.