oshikamo house

japanese architectural practice katsutoshi sasaki have recently completed 'oshikamo house', a single family residence amidst 
the residential neighborhood of toyota, aichi, japan. the footprint of the structure creates a series of open wings on either half 
of the dwelling generating a unified interior to foster continuous interaction between the family members. vertically striated 
white metal panels clad the changing volume shape, shifting from rectilinear outer corners to a concave niche, discreetly presenting 
the main entrance in the front elevation and a tree in the rear of the home.

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