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Edited By harunatsu-arch - 11 December 2013
For that reason, to still be able to open the windows during a taiphoon, wind protection nets can be installed on the eaves. The usable area amounts to about 70 square meters. This is by no means large, but thanks to the amazing views of the landscape, there is never a feeling of narrowness. For the client, living on the island means to return to the fundamental basics of life. To wake up, to work, to eat, to drink, to go to bed. Deep personal relationships form the local community on the island. Embedded in the surrounding area, it is a simple life in a little house. The new house has already become a part of Iriomote-Island.
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