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House with balcony – modern concept, implemented by Ryo Matsui in Tokyo
A balcony or terrace enhances the living room where he or she adds a new dimension. What modern house with a balcony or terrace? To answer this question attempted Japanese architect Ryo Matsui - with his attempts to imitate the concept of minimalism for residential buildings of four floors, and simply executed in typical Asian style. Ryo Matsui Architects has a contemporary house built in February 2015 and provided by the use of natural materials for intense communication between the inside and the outside. This results in an overall image that fits well with a hand in the transparency of the urban environment, but it is harmonic.
Contemporary house with balcony and roof terrace
Balcony House is located in a residential area of metropolitan Tokyo, where space is known to be a luxury. Width of window openings and roof terrace and lots of balconies allow the boundary between inside and outside of the merge. Simple at first glance, a family home extends over four floors and comprises spacious lounge and large outdoor spaces and offers a comforting privacy and a beautiful view of the city. Inside the building are 202.6 m2 of living space. In the basement there are 2 garages. At the second level there is a bedroom with a bathroom, which can be opened on the balcony, a playroom for children. Kitchenette, dining room and living room are located on the third floor. The room on the fourth floor opens onto a large roof terrace overlooking the city generously. The interiors are done in warm wood tones.
Balcony House by architect Ryo Matsu
Balcony House features a playful facade that looks modern and durable. The long balcony 2m serve as a buffer between the building and the street. Planted outdoor spaces offer small but comfortable place to rest and relax. We obtain the architect einfallsreichre not only to expand the living space, but more close to nature, where to miss the most.
The reinforced concrete structure merges with the urban environment
Greening brings nature closer
House with balcony in the metropolis of Tokyo
Natural light floods the room
Large openings allow the boundary between inside and outside of fusion
House with balcony intensify communication with nature
Photo of Ano Daici
Roof terrace offers a breathtaking view of the neighborhood