There are these those that love their automobile… after which people who actually, actually love their automobile. The latter is the case for the proprietor of this trip home in Chiba, Japan, designed by Hitoshi Saruta of CUBO design architect. The 24-sided quantity resembles a circus tent, making its identify – The Circus – proper on level. In lieu of a typical, built-in storage, the architect opted to unite each individuals and automobiles in a singular, relaxed atmosphere. Now, they will “spend time with automobiles” and respect them whereas doing so.
The dome-like area permits for all sorts of layouts that may simply be modified. An elevated, spherical desk lives within the heart to create the second flooring, whereas forming a round bar scenario beneath.
The roof and body give the sensation of trying up into the within of a paper umbrella, a nod to Japanese design.
No help posts have been required because of the slanted outer partitions that preserve the stress.
The principle flooring acts as a storage and dwelling area with all functionally lining the perimeter and central core. A staircase results in the open, second story which homes the proprietor’s bed room with a jacuzzi and waterfall bathe.
Images by Koji Fujii / TOREAL.