TERADA HIRATE SEKKEI mentions “Recollections of the Future” when describing the TERADA HOUSE in Tokyo, Japan. Occasions after we thought the longer term would seem like the area station foyer in “2001: A House Odyssey” or the flying vehicles in The Jetsons cartoon. A time when “the Apollo moon touchdown within the Nineteen Sixties symbolized a vibrant shining future the place area = future.” House furnishings took on space-age curves and silhouettes in plastics and vibrant colours giving a style of the intense future forward. The design of the TERADA HOUSE appears to be like to the futuristic previous and the upcoming future with its minimalist, monolithic facade and its contrasting, 50s and 60s impressed inside.
Positioned close to the Takaido Station in Tokyo, the TERADA HOUSE, which homes a household of 5, includes a black constructing nestled inside a concrete base.
Past the black entrance door is a black staircase that results in the second ground. A yellow sliding door tilts together with the angled wall whereas disguising an open dwelling and eating room, together with a single bed room and tub.
On the second ground, double peak ceilings and white partitions enlarge the area, which is decked out in retro furnishings in vivid reds, oranges and yellows.
The open kitchen, eating and front room mix customized furnishings with items from the 50s and 60s. The room appears to be like out to a terrace with a sliding glass door opening as much as merge the 2 areas, thereby including extra sq. footage.
A spiral staircase rises to the highest ground of the home which homes a Dwelling Tower couch in pink. The big piece by Verner Panton for Vitra, pops in opposition to a vibrant yellow wall.
A toilet, coated in white sq. tiles with black grout, additionally shows the identical slanted wall from the bottom ground.
Two extra bedrooms are on the highest ground – the kid’s bed room and the primary bed room which is enveloped in deep blue.
Pictures by Ben Richards.