欢迎雨水来我家

案例来源:
http://inhabitat.com
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所在国家:
日本 
用途:
  • 住宅

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【介绍】


欢迎雨水来我家


一直以来,家就是一个温暖的港湾,而住宅一成不变地扮演了保护者的角色,保护我们远离风雨。但是日本设计师Masaki Yoneda推出的一款房子却欢迎雨水的光临。听起来似乎不可思议,但是这正是应户主要求设计的。一家人都喜欢体验大自然的生活,希望将自己的房子与自然紧密结合起来。Masaki Yoneda把房子内部的烟囱加大,内部中空,雨水、阳光和新鲜的空气都是通过这个烟囱进入这个玻璃房。因此,这栋房子被称为“水潭之家”。


“水潭之家”位于日本三重县人口最密集的Matsusaka。房子的屋顶有一个延伸到卧室屋顶之长的通路,雨水从这里落下来,使得住户近距离感受雨水。这一条通路会根据雨量的大小收缩或扩大。


除了可以收集雨水,烟囱为阳光和空气提供了流畅的通路。独特的设计灵感来自于艺术家James Turrell,室内室外与自然和谐一致,交互有趣。


【原文】


This family home in Japan is designed to let the rain inside


Normally, one of the main functions of a house is to keep the elements out. But this family house in Japan has a large, hollowed-out chimney that gathers rainwater, light and fresh air into a glass-encased room to let the elements in. Architect Masaki Yoneda designed the house for a family of three who wanted to have a bit of the outside environment present in their living space.


The house, dubbed the “Puddle”, is located in a densely populated area of Matsusaka City in Japan‘s Mie prefecture. The large opening in its roof surface extends down into the living area and forms a small room where a puddle of rainwater brings the residents closer to nature. It shrinks and grows depending on the amount of rainfall, constantly changing with the weather.


The chimney also brings natural light into the interior and enables natural ventilation. The design was inspired by artist James Turrell, and creates a similar effect of spatial immersion. It brings the great outdoors indoors for a lifestyle more in-tune with nature.

 

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