Without a doubt, there are many amazing modern residences in Japan and one of them is W Window House, a modern residence designed by Alphaville Architects. It constitutes a modern residence that is located in Kyoto.
A vertically oriented floor plan and V shaped indentations maximize the modern residenceâ€™s indoor and outdoor space despite the houseâ€™s limited area. The house itself is a small house that is located on a long and narrow site in the city.
In this modern residence, V shaped grooves have been put at the south-west and north-east boundary point-symmetrically and in addition, all windows in this modern residence are set in the grooves which run on each side of the house vertically.
The grooves create two small triangular patios on the modern residenceâ€™s ground floor and in addition, they also bring air and light into the deeper area of the house.
Situated in Kyoto, Japan, W Window House is a modern residence that has skip-floors that are composed of two floors of the road side, as well as three floors of the opposite side, the modern residence has rooms that are connected but partially obstructed by the grooves.
Naturally, they are not the only parts of the amazing modern residence.
Aside from having skip-floors, W Window House also has a shaft which is inside of the wall and is used for heat circulation during winter.
The modern residence itself was designed not only as a house as it was also designed as a three-dimensional window, a ventilation device, as well as a staircase and in addition, the house can also function as a volume that accelerates various different activities.
The modern residence is without the slightest doubt one of the most amazing modern residences in Japan.