- Kengo Kuma & Associates
- Taisei Corporation
- Mitsumasa Fujitsuka
Designed by renowned Japanese architect Kengo Kuma & Associates (KKAA) PC Garden is based on a windmill formation, with the design process starting the central area of the house, and working its way outwards. The single-storey house is constructed with four rooms, each positioned where the arms of a windmill would normally be situated.
A garden encircles the home, with each area relating its neighbouring room allowing the dwelling to form a strong association with the natural environment. This adds to the serene, nature-fused feel to the place, allowing individuals to relax. Large glazed sliding doors dissolve the boundary between indoor and outdoor space, bringing a sense of brightness and clarity inside the family home. Each room features a different material finish, establishing identifiable and clearly defined volumes, yet there it still feels incredibly harmonious in design.