wind-dyed house

designed by japanese architect kazuhiko kishimoto of acaa, the 'wind-dyed house' is perched midway upon a cliff overlooking 
the ocean in yokosuka kanagawa, japan. embedded within the contours of the sloping terrain, this residence is surrounded with
groupings of trees, encompassing and framing the building within the landscape. the low profile intervention minimally impacts
the environment, along with a sensitive and light appearance. deep roof eaves cast shadows which recede the visual prominence 
of the structure. 

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