Number House by Matsunami Mitsutomo

Matsunami Mitsutomo
What a House Number! Architecture by Matsunami Mitsutomo, a Studio from Japan.

6/19/2010
12:12

unreallll. 352=?

Bryan Matias
6/19/2010
13:44

genial! !

okdk
7/3/2010
12:51

Beautiful story … 3523 … I do not know what the reason for that number, perhaps the number of building in the street?
Anyway nice number.
Yo!

1306dsg
7/6/2010
11:04

Great idea!
in Japan. Street names dont exist, blocks of buildings have numbers/letters (streets are just empty space in between) like the opposite of what western countries do… Then houses are numbered by their date of construction. I guess this one is number 352 and the last symbol would be a japanese letter :)

Chris
7/8/2010
20:53

looks like a great design!

jongmr
9/23/2010
09:08

great effect! I’d like to have one of those in my city! ^^

Elvis
9/11/2012
18:00

Why do guys like this ?

I’m japanese and living in Japan, such kind of houses are so popular, nothing special without terrace.

So many construction companies made such kind of houses, there are so many same looks houses, and inside is same…

And maybe numbers are not their adress or building number, the format is different, and last one is not Japanese character.
It doesn’t make a sense.
If there is hidden meaning, it’s a little cool, but still boredom normal building in Japan.

Key
9/19/2012
10:51

I have to agree with Key. Those are so common in Japan and this has little to ne difference. The Numbers are a nice twist but the material and the general look is quite boring. Where is the new concept? A new philosophy like connecting living spaces? More light? Social areas? a lighter approach to city living?

I am a little bit disappointed.

Tina
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