Hansha Reflection Residential House

Studio Sklim

Architecture, Building and Structure Design Hansha Reflection Residential House by Studio Sklim Hansha Reflection House is a specific residence for a specific site, set to address the ephemeral moments of the surroundings with structural ingenuity and material sublimity. The extensive 3.2 m timber cantilever carries the living and dining areas to accommodate parking for 3 cars. The idea of Reflection becomes a series of unfolded meanings; exterior reflection of surrounding, interior reflection of surroundings, introspective reflection spaces and reflection of the site. The house changes its appearance throughout the day and reflects the surrounding Sakura trees during Spring.


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