A house with a ceramic art workshop in Nishi Atami
The client, who loves Atami more than anything else, decided to move from the natural village where the original villa was located to West Atami. This is because the Nishiatami villa area was a good place to live, with many permanent residents, gas and sewage, and few steep slopes. This house is conscious of permanent residence in old age, and the plan is based on the premise that it will not only be a hobby of ceramic art but also a gallery. The design is based on the image of a ship, the first floor is only the entrance and the ceramic art studio, and the living space is located on the second floor to solve the demands of functionality, barrier-free, landscape (to the sea), etc. doing.