Jun 19, 2011

Go Hasegawa - Pilotis in a Forest



Japanese studio Go Hasegawa has designed 'Pilotis in a Forest', a weekend house located three hours outside of Tokyo, Japan. Situated among a forest of mature trees, the structure aims to co-exist with the natural landscape that surrounds it. Propped 6.5 meters into the air through a series of stilts and cross braces, the dwelling provides views above the treetops and on to the mountains in the distance. An open plaza below is sheltered by trees that encircle the structure like walls. (to find out more)

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1 comment:

top-essays-uk.com said...

Thanks for the video! It was very useful for my story. I wrote about the forest constructions and their credibility. That was a story of my life actually, as I built a house on a tree when I was a kid and lived there for 2 weeks!

 

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