Keisuke Maeda is a young up and coming Japanese architect based in Hiroshima
The built-over lot have a wonderful huge vista of blue sky for cove and feel the sea breeze, in spite of the place has big typhoone disaster.
It was built with the floor elevated above ground level for tyhoone.
The house made from ferroconcrete walls and steel roof and second floor.
Without outside load bearing wall is apertural area Which Japanese traditional style of eaves and veranda-like porch that making huge horizontal line and provide a habitat for brink and living space. The children space is minimum necessary space that is 2700 x 5400 for the three children at the second floor. That is essential expense at a minimum cost for construction fee. Stick to nothing for construction method that are various method for concrete wall, steel roof, and wooden fixtures.
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