Charred Cedar House by Naf architect & design, Hiroshima, Japan

Japanese based architecture firm Naf architect & design have completed this Charred Cedar House located in Hiroshima, Japan. The site is located in a district where many traditional sake breweries preserve good old Japanese street with plaster and charred cedar walls.

The house consists of three layers of different nature of space. Seen from the street, the first layer is a black box, the second layer void with spindly oblique steel pillars randomly piercing the space and the third layer gable black box floating on top.

More pictures and info on Archdaily!
Photographs are made by  Noriyuki Yano / Nacasa & Partners

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