The house is built in a terrain bordering high mountains with a special plot shape that helps create a unique architecture.
With a usable area of 106 m2, the house is like a “black pearl” located on a majestic cliff south of Kamakura city, Japan.
The main door of the house leads to the owner’s desk and reading area. A system of large glass doors helps the space become airy and bright.
Wooden stairs lead up to the kitchen area, dividing the area in half, bringing symmetry to the space. Glass doors overlooking the central garden help the space become harmonious.
The long sofa overlooking the mountain range is where the owner uses to receive guests, entertain with members.
Close-up of the skylight creating a green space seen from the hallway of the living room and kitchen.
This corridor space is also used as a place to rest, read a book looking at the hills behind the house.
The bedroom is located on the ground floor overlooking the green garden.
The spacious toilet is equipped with a separate bathtub separate from the toilet area so that the owner can relax after tiring working hours.
The common living space becomes warm with yellow lights lit up in the evening.