Ana House is a property designed by Kochi Architect’s Studio, lead by architect Kazuyasu Kochi; located in Japan, the project was completed in 2016 and it presents a powerful use of colors throughout the space.

The studio worked to increase the interior perception of space since the total area is about 46 square meters. “If you can see many rooms in a smaller space, the space density will rise.” Kochi Architect’s Studio decided to use seven pastel hues and varying tones of wood for Ana House to extend and expand the interior spaces. Kochi comments, “I started designing with a desire to discover overcrowding spatiality. In order to create ‘high-density scenery’ where you can see plenty of places, I set the formula ‘spatial density = number of rooms / volume’. If you can see many rooms in a smaller space, the space density will rise.”

 

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