Japanese architects Suppose Design Office have completed a residence in Nagoya, Japan, featuring a room dedicated to plants.
The house, situated on a narrow plot surrounded by neighbouring houses, accommodates the client’s desire for a vibrant garden by including a landscaped “garden room” bordering the main living space.
Los arquitectos Suppose Design Office trabajaron las habitaciones y el jardín de la misma manera.
Objetos asociados con los interiores, tales como pinturas, aparecen en las zonas del jardín, mientras que rocas y flores en los espacios de living.
Los diseñadores buscan la evolución constante de los jardines internos para cambiar continuamente la apariencia de la casa.
Objects associated with interiors, such as paintings, appear in the garden areas while rock and flowerbeds overlap into the living spaces.
The designers hope that the constantly changing internal gardens will continually alter the appearance of the home.
It was our intention to treat rooms and gardens as equivalent, and make the relationship between inside and out closer, by creating a design featuring this garden-like room so that things normally decorating a room such as art, books, and furnishings would in a way almost be thrust into an exterior space.
Using this design as a starting point, we hope that words such as garden and landscape that had only been used for exteriors can begin to take on new and varied meanings, bringing vibrant and beautiful scenery into the interior of homes as well, and make architectural aesthetics more and more diverse.