We were actually looking for a mini house or micro house but we ended up witnessing the T House which was designed by Atelier Boronski. The contemporary Japanese house is located on a small hill overlooking the view of Kyoto in Japan. The contemporary Japanese home wasn’t as easy as it looks like in the picture in the making.
The architects was confronted with many interdictions when elaborating this beautiful home and they successfully managed overcoming every challenge. A good natural landscape might be the strong visual appearance you witness in the outer part of this house. The house has wide and huge windows to create an unobstructed views in every directions. The architects stated that that this T House has three primary elements at work in its composition.
So here is more on the structure about T House from the architects itself “There are three primary elements at work in this composition. The main external walls (running east/west), the private volumes (overlapping and bridging) and the resultant void space extending above the LDK. The main Living, Dining, Kitchen area on the first floor opens onto the main terrace facing the garden to the east allowing classical indoor/outdoor living, and the ceiling height in this area varies from 2.5m to 7.5m. As you move through this area can you clearly perceive the three primary elements.” The house features with two bedrooms, one guest bedroom, 2 terraces and one garage.