Casa Tato Villa Rural. Show all photos. Cuenta con 6. El exterior puede llegar a dar cabida a mas de personas. It is a outstanding villa located in Casabermeja surrounded of a placid environment. The space Casa Tato esta ubicada en medio de la naturaleza. Posee 6. En el exterior nos encontramos con una enorme piscina rodeada de madera teca con numerosas mas Chill-Out.
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Wood salvaged from old miso barrels has been used to clad a house built by Tato Architects in Japan for the owner of a nearby brewery specialising in soy sauces. The home, which also includes a shop and warehouse space, is built around the steel structure of an existing year-old building in the city of Hofu. Into this structural shell Tato Architects inserted partition walls and glazing.
Kobe-based Tato Architects have remodelled a year-old building in Japan for a brewery owner, into their house and office with angled walls, in typical Japanese minimalist style. House and Office in Hofu, Yamaguchi, is inserted within the steel-frame of the existing structure, and includes a warehouse and shop for the brewery company that specialises in traditional soy and miso products. The main outer frame and roof of the old building was kept as is, while newly planned spaces, partition walls and glazing were inserted within, angled at 45 degrees against the existing grid. The public and private zones of the Hofu house and office are placed strategically according to functions. Public areas such as the shop and warehouse face north toward the road outside, followed by the office and prototyping room for product development in the middle. The residence of the client is placed furthest to the south, ensuring maximum privacy. The inserted walls create two angular gardens, one for the office spaces and a private one. The private and semi-private rooms that look out to the garden are separated by sliding glass doors. The angled walls produce geometric shadows that are thrown across the light filled courtyard pockets and the interiors of the House and Office in Hofu. White dominates the interior design , from the walls to the slender columns, accentuated by features of wood and a bit of greenery provided by the pocket gardens.
Edited by Stephanie Alvarez and William Luis. ISBN: About the Author. Cosecha Voices aims to empower migrant farmworker students by creating a space in which they develop and perform their own written and digital testimonios. She is the author of several essays on and the confluence of Latin identity, language, literature, culture, education and empowerment in various edited books and journals such as Hispania, Journal of Latinos and Education and CENTRO: Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies, among others.