M House by architecturew

February 7, 2009

Principal architects Michel Weenick and Brian White of the architecturew practice, designed this modern minimalist house in Nagoya, Japan.

From the architects:

Responding to limited street access and a cliffside site, the residence is designed to make the most of its unique site. A top floor living area, cantilevered over the entry, is enclosed on both the north and south facades by sliding glass walls that allow the space to open to the sun, breezes and distant views afforded by the site.

Visit the architecturew website – here.

Photography by Andy Boone

Visit the architecturew website – here.