The site is a residential section in the suburb. The distance between houses is expansive and the site is surrounded the rice fields. It is relative rural area.
The clients are a family with four children. They requested a house designed like a one-room apartment to do parenting naturally and live in friendship.
The architects investigated the issues arising from living in one space and have divided it in a manner that nobody’s privacy is compromised. The bedrooms and secondary spaces occupy the absolute minimum area thus offering the rest of the space to common activities, enriching in this way the communication between the family members.
The first floor accommodates both a playroom and a second living room called the midair living room situated directly above the ground floor which has the main living room.
Using translucent materials accentuates the relationship between each living room. When all four children are running across the midair living room the house is filled with laughter.