The EDDI’s House by Edward Suzuki Associates

This impressive EDDI’s House was designed by Japan architects Edward Suzuki Associates. The concept of design is “Going to go out,” meaning that the house has a terrace outside in the middle of each house to each room and looked out.

The EDDI’s House by Edward Suzuki Associates
In addition, the balcony is placed above and adjacent to the terrace overlooking the center was such that the combination of space open to create an interface “between right outside and the inside which acts a filter, buffer, or a cushion between two zone. This way the design so that homes do not have to depend on contextual conditions in which should be located. No matter how less favorable environment possible, the house will function comfortably in the cosmos itself a mini-limits. If the outside conditions will be favorable for a change, all that buyers need to do is to ask for extra openings to the outside to move assets outside the house. A house with central core that is designed to allow as much natural sunlight not only directly but also cross ventilation to provide maximum energy efficiency. Eddie House now has six basic types of plans with sixty-nine variations to accommodate site conditions and characteristics were different.

The EDDI’s House by Edward Suzuki Associates
The EDDI’s House by Edward Suzuki Associates
The EDDI’s House by Edward Suzuki Associates

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