Arch + Design, Visualizing

portfolio: mA-style architects

October 6, 2016

Japanese architecture and design studio mA-style, amongst the retail design and renovations, over the years has built an impressive portfolio of residential objects. Their innovative correlation of architecture and interior design, minimalist style,  and smart living + storage solutions resulted with some brilliant projects. Koya No Sumika, Ant House, Light Walls House and Azmaya House, that we summed up below, are our favorite residential projects. Starting point in the projecting and designing process of principal studio’s architects Mayumi and Atsushi Kawamoto is always a client’s demand. Taking in consideration this and a variety of the requests on-site, such as an environment, its regulations and conditions, they always hope to achieve a new architectural style. mA-style studio is based in Shizuoka Prefecture.

mA-style studio


MA-STYLE ARCHITECTS / ANT HOUSE

 

we love it for: cube form, black metal-clad façade that screens visual field, larch plywood boards,  no partition of the space, openings in the walls and ceiling that provide windows to the rooms beyond / see more on archdaily


MA-STYLE ARCHITECTS / KOYA NO SUMIKA

 

we love it for: the idea of extended house that serves as separated living area, timber roof  made of V-shaped frames, small pockets fitted into the sides of the living area that provide storage spaces for books and plants, as well as study areas with wooden desks and chairs / see more on dezeen


MA-STYLE ARCHITECTS / LIGHT WALLS HOUSE

 

we love it for: the grid of exposed wooden ceiling that transmit light into the house, white wooden panels façade, working space with bookshelves / see more on dezeen


MA-STYLE ARCHITECTS / AZMAYA HOUSE

 

we love it for: the large windows and multiple doors that expose the foliage of surrounding, combination of concrete and larch plywood / see more on houzz


MA-STYLE ARCHITECTS: FACADES

 

Koya No Sumika white facade and V-shaped timber roof / white-washed Idokoro House with Japanese window adjusted to modern lifestyle /  concrete facade of Riverbank House or Kawabe No Sumika


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