Fuse Atelier’s House in Tsudanuma Brings Light In Through A Perforated Concrete Facade
Square and circular holes puncture the concrete facade of this house in Japan by Fuse Atelier, allowing light to filter through to five small terraces concealed behind.
The three-storey house is located in Narashino, a city 37 kilometres east of Tokyo, and on a busy road close to a railway station and several large shops.
To block noise and vibrations from the road and maintain privacy for the owners, architect Shigeru Fuse designed a windowless concrete facade at the front.
He then added numerous terraces inside, which receive daylight through the square and circular holes.
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