House H by Sou Fujimoto

November 15th, 2009

House H is the latest project by Sou Fujimoto Architects in Tokyo. It’s new experiment to find a balance between volumes, spaces and light. There’re a lot of stairs in this house and I’m also wondering where the bedrooms are. But I wouldn’t mind if Sou would do some projects in Berlin. Here are 2 other projects by Sou Fujimoto: House N and Next Generation House.
Photos by Iwan Baan.

House H by Sou Fujimoto

House H by Sou Fujimoto

House H by Sou Fujimoto

House H by Sou Fujimoto

House H by Sou Fujimoto

House H by Sou Fujimoto

House H by Sou Fujimoto

House H by Sou Fujimoto

16 Responses to “House H by Sou Fujimoto”

  1. bryon Says:

    I think I like this so much because it is very anti-materialistic. I would love to have such a full looking, empty house.

  2. dihs Says:

    I feel like this house would be a great setting for an art film exploring the complex issues of a family. So many windows, the sleek whiteness and the openness is just begging for raging contrast.

  3. sam Says:

    Who said “Playtime” (movie by Jacques Tati) :-p ?

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  5. pieterjan Says:

    No bedrooms because Japanese never sleep.

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  9. victoria Says:

    the bedroom for the parents are in the room next to the little girls .. the one to the right on picture 5

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  11. c Says:

    a description of the Japanese understanding of space from a documentary on the Sugimoto House in Kyoto: “Forget all about the rules of western architecture. It is impossible to understand the organization of areas or their hierarchy. Rooms are simply placed side by side. They’re not all the same size. There’s no furniture to indicate their purpose. The codes for deciphering the areas are radically different. Doubtless because in Japan space is not defined in the same way as in Europe. . . In japan a living space only a becomes a space for living, when a functional object is put in it.”

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  14. Daniel Says:

    I’ve bin here in my dream about a year ago or so… really. I dreamed it exploded.

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