YKH House: A Family House with Fluid Connectivity of Space and Function

This family house is a collaboration project between ISSHOArchitects and Alan Burden. YKH House is started in 2008 and completed in 2010. Located in Tokyo suburbia, this two-generation family house is designed to allow fluid connectivity of space and function for the family.

Design

YKH House 1

YKH House 2

YKH House 3

YKH House 4

Each family unit can have its own independent usage and they also can share a common circulation space. This way also allows fluid connectivity of space and function inside the house and providing privacy for each family unit as well.

 

Interior

YKH House 5

YKH House 6

YKH House 7

The circulation space is designed with quality like a ‘street’ in a small village where people can feel the others’ life. The upper and ground floor is connected by a small spiral staircase while bright and white surfaces dominate the interior of this house. The wooden flooring is also designed to create a warmer atmosphere inside the house.

 

YKH House Gallery

 

Photography: ISSHOArchitects

Karin Hoover

“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” – Leonardo da Vinci
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