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    Residential Architecture: Crescent House by Shigeru Ban Architects: “..named after its arcing C-shaped plan. lifted on pilotis, the first floor living spaces are entered through a glass-enclosed staircase at ground level which rises into the underside of the structure. a deep curved cross-section forming the floor, wall and ceiling planes is sealed with sliding glass doors, accentuating the northern vistas as the primary attention of dwellers. the configuration frames views to mt. fuji in the di

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    Located in the north side of villa area in South Hakone of Shizuoka, Japan, and created by designers from Shigeru Ban Architects studio this extraordinary house was called "Crescent House". Its crescent-shaped plan contains two bedrooms, living, dining and kitchen which are arranged by putting furniture and volumes of utility facilities as partitions. The entrance of the house sits underneath and it features stairs leading up to the main floor kind of giving a feel of entering a space craft.

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