Residential ArchitectureHousesLakeside Cottage at Nojiri-ko, Japan / SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

Lakeside Cottage at Nojiri-ko, Japan / SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

Lakeside Cottage at Nojiri-ko, Japan / SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

Project: Lakeside Cottage / Nojiri-ko Nature Platforms
Architects: SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects
Team: Daisuke Sugawara, Noriyuki Ueakasaka, Hiroyuki Nakazawa
Structural Design: TECTONICA INC. (Yoshinori Suzuki、Hinako Igarashi)
Lighting Design: Toh design(Aki Hayakawa)
Constructor: Mizuken Inc.(Kanji Ohsaka)
Location: Nagano, Japan
Area: 52.0 m2
Year 2017
Photo credits: Jérémie Souteyrat

This is a lakeside cottage designed by SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects at Nojiri-ko (Lake). The design target is generating a new lifestyle in the midst of natural landscape by recomposing relationship between nature, building, objects and human beings.

Lakeside Cottage at Nojiri-ko, Japan / SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

5 platforms with all different sizes, heights and materials transform those function beyond the floor to table, bench, bed, shelf, view reflector and canopy. These platforms create different openness, thermal condition and perspectives with layering structure according to ground undulation and forest landscape. The layering platforms rearranging the hierarchy of landscape/site/building/furniture/object together with generating new living space in the nature.

Lakeside Cottage at Nojiri-ko, Japan / SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

Open grid structure encouraging, emerging architectural potential to enhance the life with nature concern to the daylight transition, 4 seasons and resident’s lifestyle. Platforms reconstruct “Horizontal Building Elements” into one feature of Nojiri-ko Forest to generate diversity of places, activities and innovation in the nature for people. This Lakeside Cottage represent opening to the scenery style, together with delightful, esthetic of the nature and transition of the time.

interiors, SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

Lakeside Cottage at Nojiri-ko, Japan SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

kitchen, SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

fireplace, SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

dining room, SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

Lakeside Cottage at Nojiri-ko, Japan SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

bedroom, SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

sauna, SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

Lakeside Cottage at Nojiri-ko, Japan SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

Lakeside Cottage at Nojiri-ko, Japan SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

Lakeside Cottage at Nojiri-ko, Japan SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

Lakeside Cottage at Nojiri-ko, Japan SUGAWARADAISUKE Architects

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