Courthouse in Narita-e (2009) by Jun Murata Architects located in Tokyo, Japan | The Hardt
(Translated from Japanese)
Courthouse in Narita-e (2009) by Jun Murata Architects located in Tokyo, Japan
2009 Tokyo Metropolitan R / C Building 2F Floor area: 189.23㎡ Construction area: 94.11 m² Total floor area: 133.31 m²
with a courtyard
and a garden including cherry blossoms, and a garden with two centers of gravity.
In the rebuilt of about 50 years old house, there was a garden that got a little-weathered appearance and harmony of Japanese.
I have chosen cherry blossoms out of them.
Also, I have drawn ‘feelings’ engraved over the years and studied existing things around here.
I am watching from the front road in the south. The approach which doubles as a parking space is the entrance
The second floor was a roof garden facing the study, and we planned that the green would spill out into the town from the opening where you can enjoy the double cherry blossoms of the neighboring house.
In the roof garden, there is a wire and a pergola that becomes a wisteria trellis is established.
Open the door and enter the entrance
hall, you can see the small courtyard
planting Ilohomomidji in front.
It is a space filled with concrete
banishing walls and the texture of the floor and window trees.
When entering the entrance, you can see the courtyard
. The main tree is a standing stock of Yamaiboshi.
One of the features of the courthouse is that space connects horizontally around the courtyard
Three-dimensional spreading is added by this entrance hall of Kurobashi.
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