We consider that creating the buildings indicates creating the environment of the surroundings as well as the spaces.
When we design the buildings, we keep two points in mind in the hope that the environment will become better than before and the buildings will be loved over many years.
One point is “people’s feeling for architecture”. We believe that “people’s feeling for architecture” would not be changed easily even though configurations of buildings and materials used for buildings are changed by the trend of the times. We cherish our forerunner’s feelings for architecture while understanding how they create and use buildings, and how they build their community.
Second point is “respect for nature”. Natural phenomena such as shadows cast by light, scents of seasons carried by the wind, change of seasons sounded by rain are not indispensable for our daily lives. However, these phenomena have captured people’s hearts and minds from olden days to present day.
We would like to design and create the buildings reflecting “people’s feeling for architecture” and “respect for nature”.
Prize of Architecture Kyushu at Architecture Institute of Japan for 7th /
Awarded honorable prize “House along with Cherry Tree” (2013)
Prize of Architecture Kyushu at Architecture Institute of Japan for 9th / Awarded honorable prize “House with Panoramic Ocean View” (2015)
Prize of Okinawa Architectural Award at Okinawa Architectural Award Executive Committee for 1st / Awarded first prize “House with Panoramic Ocean View” (2015)