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This house is situated on a slope Kurakuen Niban-cho, Hyogo, Japan, and was designed by architect Kenji Yanagawa. The property was built on a steep slope and this particular situation also influenced unusual architectural solutions. The residents of the house have three cars to park somewhere. Therefore, the architect specified a vertical building garage, which is typical of many buildings in major cities in Japan.
House on a slope with a vertical construction Garage
The house on the hill was occupied by a construction of an unusual garage. A vertical lift garage with three departments where three cars are parked the owner. This convenient garage saves space and is not as tedious as it sounds. The property has three levels, where three cars can be seen through the glass walls. The site also provides a panoramic view of the city.
House on a hill with a practical solution for vertical Garage
The house seen from the street
Side view of the property
The front of the house overlooking the city
The house is on a slope with a minimalist interior
The house is on a hill is not only the plain outside and minimalist. The interior contains not only some unnecessary items, but has some very original design solutions. The windows provide a breathtaking view of the city, but also to show the whole level of the garage with parked cars. The house has three floors, with the bedroom and bathroom at the back. Living room and kitchen are located in the center and the upper floor is a terrace on the roof with the entry and high level Garage
Entrance with a rock garden as wall decor
Minimalist kitchen with city views
Ferrari parked is seen through the glass wall
Roof terrace with stunning views of the city
Top Entry Level
The property with panoramic view in the evening
Architecture blueprint of the house
Photos of Kazushi Hirano
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