3-way home

This two-storey private house was designed by naf architect & design (tetsuya nakazono, akio nakasa). What makes this 3-way home in Tokyo, Japan fantastic is its very unique rock climbing wall that scales a central courtyard.


Cubic in form, the free-standing wooden structure is simple and unassuming in its exterior expression,
exhibiting textured facades with rectangular windows interspersedly marking their surface. a large
opening from the street level provides a sheltered car park which connects into the multi-storey courtyard
at the core of the plan. treating the generous rooftop as an additional room, a two-meter high parapet
circumscribes the terrace for both safety as well as to meet the local height regulation of 7 meters.

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You can read more about this home’s info at designboom.com.


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