japanese firm ikimono architects recently completed 'house of seven gardens', a residence located in hiroshima, japan.
intended for a young couple and their three children, the one story dwelling contains 17 separate areas
- six exterior courtyards and 11 interior rooms - the spaces are of varied size, with windows and corridors weaving the
shifting and offset environments together. vaguely defined programs allow each volume to support a range of activities,
their neutral shells adaptive and accommodating.