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The differences in material and formal composition enable the house to stand out as a distinct architectural figure in an otherwise homogenous neighborhood.

The exterior acts as an index to the varying interior programs. It has a traditional Japanese genkan entryway below grade.

The inside circulation pulls one along the calculated visual narrative of an architectural promenade, with a sequence of spaces revealing themselves as framed views.

Precise delineations of program and space continue indoors, where social areas are separated from the more private spaces devoted to the life of the family.