The site is a section along the coast. It is a great location where the sea, the sky, and the green of the island shine. I paid close attention to the arrangement of the building sought first, especially the desire of the client to feel the sea in daily life and to live slowly.
該地點是沿海岸的一個部分。 這是一個絕佳的位置，大海、天空和島上的綠色都閃耀著光芒。 我密切關注的是首先尋求的建築物的佈置，特別是客戶希望在日常生活中感受大海並慢慢生活的願望。
The parking space usually set up on the side of the road is placed at the back of the site by making a part of the building a pilotis. In order to sandwich the next ground between the site and the sea, while assuming that the building will be built in the next land in the future, the opening was set while putting the aperture in the direction where there is no obstruction of the line of sight as much as possible.
通常設置在路邊的停車位透過使建築物的一部分成為底層架空柱，放置在場域的後面。 為了將下一個地面夾在場域和大海之間，同時假設建築物將在未來建造在下一個地面上，同時將開口設置在沒有障礙的方向上。 盡可能有更多的風景。
In this way, from the entrance through the stairs to ldk, the extra things were not reflected, and it was finished in the space where only the sea and the sky could be felt at all times.
In addition, considering the harmony with the furniture of the client-related with individuality, the inside was finished in the space like a high-quality hotel which suppressed excessive insistence by a chic color taste by eliminating the sense of life as much as possible while securing the storing firmly.
The highly harmonious furniture and décor are so familiar to the scenery that it can be said that it is a background, and it enhances the feeling of immersion in the sea.
It was designed with the client and it was thoroughly stuck in the sea.
Project Name: UMI
Location: Tokushima prefecture, Japan
Architect Office: CAPD
Lead Architect：Kazuo Monnai
Completion Year: 2018
Photographer：ad hoc inc Daisuke Shima
-Design Philosophy CAPD (formerly CAP Design) is an architectural design firm based in Hiroshima. We work both in Japan and internationally, with our international work centered in New York. At CAPD, we aim to avoid established stereotypes and instead use our own five senses to determine what is essentially necessary, paring away excess elements to create structures with greater universality. Our goal is architecture that uses the fewest possible elements to achieve the greatest possible impact.Design
2017 GOOD DESIGN AWARD
2017 JCD DESIGN AWARD BEST100
2015 Hiroshima Architectural Design Competition U-40 2015 Excellent Work Award
2013 JCD DESIGN AWARD BEST100
2012 GOOD DESIGN AWARD
2011 TH AWARD second prize
2011 GOOD DESIGN AWARD
2010 Urban design award Hiroshima 18th
2010 BEST STORE OF THE YEAR 18th Excellence prize
2009 GOOD DESIGN AWARD
2009 TOTO Remodeling Style Contest, Excellence prize
2008 JCD DESIGN AWARD BEST100
2007 JCD DESIGN AWARD, New face award
2007 JCD DESIGN AWARD BEST100
2006 TOTO Remodeling Style Contest, Chugoku & Shikoku block award
2006 Electric Home Architectural Contest
2005 WH Housing Competition, Nagoya
2005 WH Housing Competition, Oosaka
2009 001 CAPD Exhibition