mA-style architects, Eaves House, mono-pitched roof, Japan, Alero House, Japan, green architecture, skylights, wooden structure, natural light

The presence of the mono-pitched roof made it possible for the architects to create a large waffle-shaped vertical space, leaving the rest of the interior free from partitioning. Large skylights provide a large amount of natural light, while the steep, oblique roof surface protects the residents from outside views.

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mA-style architects, Eaves House, mono-pitched roof, Japan, Alero House, Japan, green architecture, skylights, wooden structure, natural light

Alternating open and closed spaces create a strong dynamic and are suitable for different uses throughout the year. Installed along the perimeter of the layout, glass surfaces visually connect the garden with the interior and blur the line between the inside and the outside.

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Photos by Kai Nakamura