stad: s clinic

DESIGN 2011.09.30 06:33
stad: s clinic




's clinic' by stad in fukuoka, japan
all images courtesy stad
image © hiroshi mizusaki



japanese architecture practice stad (toru shimokawa) has sent us images of 's clinic',
a two-storey dwelling and dental office in fukuoka, japan. featuring a skewed rectangular footprint,
the design elevates the residential program by diagonally cutting across the second storey,
resulting in two roof-top terraces that open up to the immediate surrounding site.



north elevation
image © hiroshi mizusaki



situated next to a busy intersection, the free-standing project establishes a strong and
distinct identity through unconventional angles in its form. the corner closest to the street
has been pushed in to produce an obtuse angle, subtly distorting the perspective of
the overall volume. the roof form slants down in two opposite directions along a diagonal axis,
further skewing the spatial expression of the building.



(left) exterior view
(right) detail
images © hiroshi mizusaki



featuring an exposed wooden ceiling, the ground floor is preserved for the functions of
the dental clinic. a series of clerestories secure natural daylighting, while a private room for
surgical procedures is accommodated in the north east corner of the layout. removed from
the operations of the office, the residence lies linearly along a diagonal strip on the second floor.
simple and compact, the design generates a pair of triangular 'yards' that open up to the surrounding
neighbourhood and the sky.



interior view of entrance
image © hiroshi mizusaki



image © hiroshi mizusaki



clinic space
image © hiroshi mizusaki



roof terrace
image © hiroshi mizusaki



image © hiroshi mizusaki



entry at night
image © hiroshi mizusaki



from parking lot
image © hiroshi mizusaki



night view
image © hiroshi mizusaki



floor plan / level 0



floor plan / level +1


project info:

design team: stad
designer: toru shimokawa
structure: wood
floor area: 167 m2

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