ASH House, Hokkaido, Japan by IRA

ASH House, Japan by IRA

The ASH House was completed in 2010 by the Tokyo based studio I.R.A. (International Royal Architecture).
The steep 60-degree roof was designed in order to survive heavy snowfall in the arctic winters, which can reach -20C. This home is located in a city area in Asahikawa-shi, Hokkaido, Japan.

ASH House, Japan by IRA

ASH House, Japan by IRA

ASH House, Japan by IRA

Kitchen, ASH House, Japan by IRA

Kitchen, ASH House, Japan by IRA

Living Space, ASH House, Japan by IRA

Glass Walls, ASH House, Japan by IRA

Mezzanine, ASH House, Japan by IRA

ASH House, Japan by IRA

ASH House, Japan by IRA

ASH House, Japan by IRA

Mezzanine, ASH House, Japan by IRA

Bathroom, ASH House, Japan by IRA

Photos courtesy of I.R.A.

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