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Takeshi Ishiodori Architects：当我第一次与客户交谈时，他们告诉我的一句话给我留下了深刻的印象：“我想和植物一起生活”。
Takeshi Ishiodori Architects：When I first spoke to the client, they told me something that left a lasting impression: “I want to live with plants.”
The site was situated in a densely populated area close to downtown Miyazaki City, which posed a unique challenge as my client desired a green-filled living space. We overcame this challenge by designing a house with three courtyards.
▽住宅入口 The Entrance
The main garden, located on the south side of the living room, resembles a thicket, while the sub-yard situated between the living room and the bedroom serves as the secondary garden. The third is a court with an open-air bath. Each courtyard is distinct in design and has its own role to play.
The site was long and narrow, running in a north-south direction with a road to the south. Starting from the road side, the house features a parking lot, an entrance, a Japanese-style guest room, a main garden, a living room, a secondary garden, a bedroom, and finally, a water area. The main and secondary gardens offer uninterrupted views of the entire property, from the main garden in the south to the bedroom in the north.
The house is designed to embrace nature, with the day starting in the northernmost bedroom where you can wake up to the sun filtering through the copse of trees in the secondary garden. The glass pergola-covered outdoor living room adjacent to the main garden offers the perfect space to enjoy the outdoors and relax. The client prepares meals and entertains guests in the evening, before unwinding in complete privacy in the bath court.
Humans have an innate desire to be close to nature, a natural inclination ingrained in our DNA from tens of thousands of years of hunter-gatherer lifestyles. In fact, it may be unnatural for us to continue living in cities without access to green spaces. However, even in rural areas, people are increasingly moving to larger cities such as prefectural capitals due to convenience. As the aging population and declining birthrate persist, the creation of living environments that allow us to coexist with plants and nature even in urban areas is becoming an important issue that we need to address in the future.
Although we were not directly involved in the selection of flora or the garden landscaping, and only planned the space to create a garden or artificial nature, this house made us reflect on such things again.
▽1层平面图 1F Plan
▽2层平面图 2F Plan
▽侧立面和背立面 Side and back profile
▽侧立面和正立面 Side and front profile
景观/建筑事务所：Takeshi Ishiodori Architects
图片来源：studio marsh / Norio Numaguchi
Project name: FORT 7
Completion Year: 2021
Project location: Miyazaki City, Japan
Landscape/Architecture Firm: Takeshi Ishiodori Architects
Contact e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lead Architects: Takeshi Ishiodori
Photo credits: studio marsh / Norio Numaguchi
Photographer’s website: http://studiomarsh.net/
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