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Curtain Wall House - Shigeru Ban
Tóquio, Japão (1995)


Já todos tinhamos ouvido falar em "paredes cortina", mas no Japão a expressão foi levada à letra pelo arquitecto Shigeru Ban.




The house is intended to be a reflection of the owner's lifestyle. It is open to the outdoors and utilizes contemporary materials in new interpretations of traditional Japanese styles. Wide deck spaces are attached to the east and south sides of the second-floor living room and tent-like curtains are hung on the outer facade between the second and third floors. Interior conditons are controlled by opening and closing this Japanese-style "curtain wall". In winter, a set of glazed doors (in combination with the curtain) can completely enclose the house for insulation and privacy. This thin membrane takes the place of shoji and sudare screens, and fusuma doors that appear in the traditional Japanese house.



Link do gabinete:
http://www.shigerubanarchitects.com/

Não é incrível tudo o que pode caber dentro de um lápis?...

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Curtain Wall House - Shigeru Ban
Tóquio, Japão (1995)


Já todos tinhamos ouvido falar em "paredes cortina", mas no Japão a expressão foi levada à letra pelo arquitecto Shigeru Ban.

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The house is intended to be a reflection of the owner's lifestyle. It is open to the outdoors and utilizes contemporary materials in new interpretations of traditional Japanese styles. Wide deck spaces are attached to the east and south sides of the second-floor living room and tent-like curtains are hung on the outer facade between the second and third floors. Interior conditons are controlled by opening and closing this Japanese-style "curtain wall". In winter, a set of glazed doors (in combination with the curtain) can completely enclose the house for insulation and privacy. This thin membrane takes the place of shoji and sudare screens, and fusuma doors that appear in the traditional Japanese house.



Link do gabinete:
http://www.shigerubanarchitects.com/

Não é incrível tudo o que pode caber dentro de um lápis?...

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