House with grapevine trellises

Takashi Okuno & Associates

A home with space for living and for pastimes together in one.


一個有生活空間和消遣結合在一起的家

The grapevines bud and bloom, bear fruit and drop their leaves.

Enjoy the pastime of grape-growing close at hand and experience the seasonal changes the vines go through along with them.


葡萄藤萌芽開花,結出果實,落葉。近距離享受葡萄種植的消遣,體驗葡萄樹隨葡萄一起經歷的季節性變化。

Bask in the pleasant shade, let the murmuring of the leaves tell of the breeze, have your fill of the fruits with their condensed sweetness, and feel the warmth of the sunlight when the leaves fall.


沐浴在宜人的樹蔭下,讓葉子的沙沙音訴說著微風,用凝結的甜味填滿水果,當樹葉落下時,感受陽光的溫暖。

Beneath the trellises is a half-outdoor space enclosed with a roll-up screen.This design permits the breeze to flow through while keeping insects away, allowing you to spend your days in comfort.


棚架下面是一個半戶外空間,週邊有一個捲起的簾幕。這種設計允許微風流過,同時遠離昆蟲,使你在舒適中過日子。

To offer thermal insulation and air sealing, which can be said to be the fundamental elements defining the soundness of a structure, air conditioning installed atop the vaulted ceilings for summer months and beneath the floors for winter ensures an environment of stable indoor temperature.


為了提供隔熱和空氣封閉,這可以說是定義結構健全性的基本要素,夏天空調安裝在拱形天花板上而冬季地板下確保室內溫度穩定的環境。

Beneath the globules of gleaming light is the core space in the home for family members to gather.


在閃閃發光的光球下,是家庭成員聚集的家裡的核心空間。

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Project Information

Project Name: House with grapevine trellises

Location: Ehime,JAPAN

Architect Office: Takashi Okuno & Associates

Lead Architect:Takashi Okuno

Completion Year: 2019

Area:112.38m² 

Photographer:Hirokazu Fujimura

From Ehime Prefecture, Japan.

Studied architectural design under Boo-Woong Kim in Tokyo (DESIGN OFFICE opposition).

Back in Ehime, undertook the design of residential homes, a sushi restaurant, a hospital, and a Japanese inn at Atelier A&A.

Touched by the beauty of Sukiya style architecture (a type of tea house that embraces the beauty of rustic simplicity), began learning the art of tea ceremony.

Established Takashi Okuno & Associatesin February 2012.

Focuses activities in Shikoku, known as Japan’s Buddhist holy land, and specializes in wooden architecture with a calm atmosphere called Gendai Wafū (Modern Japanese-style Architecture).

Aside from professional work, continues to travel the world sketching measured drawings of guestrooms.

Website: http://okunotakashi.jp

Contact e-mail: info2@okunotakashi.jp

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