The team of Kazunori Fujimoto Architects has designed a modern concrete house in Hiroshima, Japan.

Completed in 2016 by the team of Kazunori Fujimoto Architects, this modern and minimalist concrete house has been placed on a peninsula of Hiroshima, Japan. Simply called House in Akitsu, this modern and minimalist home consists of two rectangular overlapping volumes. A wide staircase and a terrace form the entrance area of the house. The entire façade of the house is characterized by rough concrete. The same concept of rectangular shapes can be found inside the building. A concrete spiral staircase creates a well balanced twist with the straightforward environment. Large windows provide great views of the beautiful landscape and illuminate the monochromatic living concept. Whether exterior or interior space, the overall visual experience is characterized by the reduced architectural design. Please have a look at the images below. For more, just visit the website of Kazunori Fujimoto Architects.

House in Akitsu, Hiroshima, Japan by Kazunori Fujimoto Architects.
House in Akitsu – situated in Hiroshima, Japan – the house was designed by Kazunori Fujimoto Architects.
The house is located on a peninsula of Hiroshima, Japan.
The house is located on a peninsula of Hiroshima, Japan.
A minimalist staircase that leads to the roof terrace.
A minimalist staircase that leads to the roof terrace.
Walls of rough concrete.
Walls of rough concrete.
The modern ambience is characterized by clean, rectilinear forms.
The modern ambience is characterized by clean, rectilinear forms.
Architecture and interior design reduced to the essentials.
Architecture and interior design reduced to the essentials.
The house provides great views of the beautiful environment.
The house provides great views of the beautiful environment.
The spiral staircase creates a well balanced twist with its straightforward environment.
The spiral staircase creates a well balanced twist with its straightforward environment.
Large areas provide a free living experience.
Large areas provide a free living experience.
Concrete spiral staircase acts like a permanently installed sculpture.
A concrete spiral staircase acts like a permanently installed sculpture.

All images © by Kazunori Fujimoto Architects.

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