A Plus House Design with Great Panoramic View by Mount Fuji Architects Studio
Plus is the name, and this weekend retreat house located on mountainside of Izu-san where Pacific Ocean can be looked down on the south is designed by japanese architect Mount Fuji Architects Studio. The untouched wilderness, covered with deciduous broad-leaved trees such as cherry trees and Japanese oaks, gives little level ground. The designer intuition said that “What sprang to my mind is a blueprint for an architecture which is perfectly autonomous itself, at the same time seems to emerge as an underlying shape that the natural environment has been hiding. It’s abstraction of nature, to say”.
The lower level of this plus house contains private rooms and bathroom, and sticks half of the body out to existing narrow level ground. The upper one incorporates salon and kitchen, and lies astride the lower one and the mountain ridge. This Plus house definitely have plus on the panoramic features where on the south you will be treated a hampering Pacific Ocean, and on the other there is the forest of Japanese Oak, while the lower structure on and terrace of this house will be able to enjoy the broad vista of the sea and blue sky. Water Polished white marble materials are chosen for the interior finest quality finishing. It glows softly like Greece sculptures to blend blue light from the south and green light from the west gradationally. This house intentionally designed for a weekend house and certainly plus in everything.
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