- private house
With the narrow site area of 37.11 square meters, this project proves that constructing a tower in such a small area is still possible for a residential usage. It is a minimum house for 2 households where mother of the owner lives in the bottom floor and the rest of the family live in the upper floors keeping proper distance mutually.
Cantilever stairs and a colonnade are arranged in the center. Each room spirals the center stairs while going upward gently. The interior space of the 1st floor to the 4th floor sequences as a skip floor.
STEPS succeed in reduction of cost by putting both the exterior and the interior expose pure concrete. Built in the midst of Tokyo, STEPS is designed as a simple urban type residence.
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|Location||Azabujuban Minato ward Tokyo|
|B1 floor area||16.34㎡|
|1F floor area||25.84㎡|
|2F floor area||25.84㎡|
|3F floor area||24.04㎡|
|4F floor area||24.04㎡|
|Total floor area||116.10㎡|
|Family structure||A grandmother + a couple + 2 children|
|Structure engineers||Masaki Structural Laboratory|
|Facility engineers||Shimada architects|