Final Wooden House Kumamura village Japan by Sou Fujimoto Architects


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Comprised completely of wood, Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto Architects has designed a wooden bungalow, small and primitive. Wood is extremely versatile. In an ordinary wooden architecture, lumber is effectively differentiated according to functions in various localities precisely because it is so versatile. Columns, beams, foundations, exterior walls, interior walls, ceilings, floorings, insulations, furnishings, stairs, window frames, meaning all. The wooden house is located at Kumamoto, Japan.


The cube exterior of the home Final Wooden House

Architects: Sou Fujimoto Architects
Site Area: 89,3 sqm
Constructed Area: 15,13 sqm

the use of wooden beams creates a push and pull of the space which is open to the outdoors

the wood construction creates nooks in which one can rest and enjoy the serenity of their surroundings

Sou Fujimoto

First Class Licensed Architect

University of Tokyo, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Architecture (Bachelor), 1990 – 1994

Sou Fujimoto Architects, Tokyo, 2000 (established) – Present

2008 Japanese Institute of Architecture Grand Prize (Children’s Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation), 2008
2007 KENNETH F. BROWN ARCHITECTURE DESIGN AWARD Honorable Mention (Children’s Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation), 2007
AR Awards 2006 “Grand Prize” (Children’s Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation), 2006
AR Awards 2006 “Highly Commended” (7/2 house), 2006
“Gold Prize” in House Competition by Tokyo Society of Architects and Building Engineers, 2006
“1st Prize” in Wooden House Competition in Kumamoto, 2005
AR Awards 2005 “Highly Commended” (Dormitory for Mentally Disabled in Date), 2005
AR Awards 2005 “Honourable Mention” (T house), 2005
JIA New Face Award 2004, 2004
“1st Prize” in International Design Competition for the Environment Art Forum for Annaka, 2003
Winning “SD Review 2003″, 2003
“Honorable Mention” in Design Competition for the Ora Town Hall, 2002
Winning “SD Review 2002 SD Prize”, 2002
Winning “SD Review 2001″, 2001
Winning “SD Review 2000 Maki Prize”, 2000
“2nd Prize in Design Competition for the Aomori Art Museum, 2000
Winning “SD Review 1997 SD Prize”, 1997
Winning “SD Review 1995″, 1995

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