House of Japanese Cedar by Suga Shotaro / Suga Atelier. The structure of this residence is composed of Japanese cedar columns, fashioned from from processed forest thinnings. The composite columns and beams eliminate the need for heavy load-bearing walls. The exposed, angled, structure creates a rich and varied interior, visible through the end of the building, which is fully glazed.
Antonin Raymond アントニン・レーモンド Inoue-tei Residence, Takasaki, Gunma, Japan 高崎井上邸
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brilliant.Duncan Baker-Brown on a working showcase for sustainable timber construction in Sussex. Photos: Paul Riddle.
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