Yufutoku restaurant by ISSHO Architects, Tokyo

May 19th, 2013 by retail design blog

Located in central Tokyo, right around the corner from the major thoroughfare Meguro Street, is a ‘soba’ noodle shop, the owner’s residence situated above. The building has Machiya-style wooden louvers, invoking a traditional Japanese townhouse, but the depth of each louver is varied sequentially across the face. Regionally different patterns of light spill through the façade from the interior, allowing a gradual change of character at dawn, especially as viewed from the main street.

Designed by ISSHO Architects











http://www.contemporist.com/2013/05/13/yufutoku-restaurant-by-issho-architects/

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One thought on “Yufutoku restaurant by ISSHO Architects, Tokyo

  1. bugs says:

    Its too dark
    I felt depressed

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