House in Nagoya by Suppose Design Office, Aichi, Japan

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And again, a new project by Suppose Design Office located in Nagoya City, Japan. The house has three functions: a flower shop, an art gallery and living quarters. Here, these three spaces which are normally separated,break the unseen barriers and integrate with each other. With flowers displayed in the gallery, they become art.

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In an effort to blend the first floor art gallery and flower shop with the walkway leading to the school, we created an open space incorporating the walkway as part of the building’s exterior.
Utilizing the height of the ceilings of the first floor,we have framed the walkway to the school yard and procured the views of the cherry blossoms, tender spring leaves, and the autumn foliage. It is almost as though the school yard is an extended part of the flower shop.

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The second and third floors have been built to minimize the effects of noise from the walkway by building a spacious opening on only the north side. Soft, natural light allows the owner to enjoy the plants and flowers in the most beautiful way. By opening the architecture to the surrounding environment, we have created the opportunity to blend the ground to the building, the building to the people, and the people to other people.

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Link via Archdaily

Other projects of Suppose Design Office:
Nature Factory store
House in Nagoya
– House in Sakuragawa

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