Ysy House – asymmetrical Japanese House from Auau

Ysy House – asymmetrical Japanese House from Auau


Beautiful and delicate with respect to the “neighbors” asymmetrical dwelling Ysy House, designed by the Japanese architectural studio Auau, in a picturesque woodland, on top of a small hill in the Seto.  Despite the apparent fragility and unconventional design, its minimalist asymmetrical forms are well adapted to life functions and compactly integrated into allocated for the construction site, presenting visual interest from all viewing angles.

From the impression that the house itself is located inside the shell of cosmic origin. This effect is enhanced in the evening, thanks to well-planned way of highlighting, drawing attention to the entrance, to whom hospitality is a narrow strip of stairs.  Traditional Japanese aesthetics white walls “diluted” a warm tone of the same traditional wooden floors and a piercing blue sky.