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Nov 3, 2020

MOH is a flexible two-storey family house located in Kyoto, Japan, designed by Yaneura Design.

The project is defined by a steel grid that occupies both levels of the two-storey home. In turn, this creates a sequence of cube-like spaces that can be divided using a variety of different partitions. Architects explain that this design concept lets the building’s inhabitants freely move around the house in order to find a comfortable and suitable place.

"Rather than uniformly dividing into categories such as outer walls and inner walls, roofs and floors, the architectural terminology was redefined by carefully unraveling the performance of the boundaries required by the zones..." said the architects.

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November 3, 2020

MOH is a flexible two-storey family house located in Kyoto, Japan, designed by Yaneura Design.

The project is defined by a steel grid that occupies both levels of the two-storey home. In turn, this creates a sequence of cube-like spaces that can be divided using a variety of different partitions. Architects explain that this design concept lets the building’s inhabitants freely move around the house in order to find a comfortable and suitable place.

"Rather than uniformly dividing into categories such as outer walls and inner walls, roofs and floors, the architectural terminology was redefined by carefully unraveling the performance of the boundaries required by the zones..." said the architects.

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