Sunami House Hiroshima, Japan
Large glass units in all the rooms and a glazed, leafy central courtyard create an open atmosphere.
As a fixed part of its architecture, the panorama lends this family home an exceptional design style. Both glass and concrete as building materials endow the building with a modern, minimalist ambience. In a magnificent interplay with nature, this single-storey building clings to the hillside in Mihara.
GROHE Minta fittings allow the unusual character of the property to be continued in the kitchen of the residence. They accentuate not only the architectural concept, but also their functionality, their technology – such as the GROHE SilkMove® – and their durability.
Completion date 2009
Architects: Kazunori Fujimoto