White Void House

Yoshitaka Uchino

Architecture, Building and Structure Design White Void House by Yoshitaka Uchino Their main idea is that people live in the house with nature feeling the light and the transition of light and shadow. The solutions of the practice are creating voids and terrace inserted into the white cube to bring nature to the spaces, light crushed in the walls and from the top light would go through spaces via voids which express transitional beauty. Their aim is that the house consists of white box, floating white plate, framed sky reveals a sequence of spaces and demonstrates expansiveness and symbiosis, nature and architecture responds with each other that spaces expand to infinity.


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