Ushida & Findlay Architects’ legacy of inventive houses.
This is what happens when you find your partner in crime.
Born of the partnership between the couple Kathryn Findlay & Eisaku Ushida, the architectural practice originating in Tokyo gave life to houses filled with fluid designs.
Ushida & Findlay Architects’ neo-expressionist buildings take inspiration from organic shapes that result in continuous landscapes, inside and out of these places.
These tube-shaped cushions covered with curved colored leather, which could highlight any corner, for example, are part of a reading room found in one of their most iconic projects.
The Soft and Hairy House (1992-94), based in Tsubaka, Japan, also has a bright blue pod that reminds an exotic fungus but is actually a bathroom.
Circular shapes are found on the Truss Wall House (1993) as well, located in Tokyo, where the glass doors give us a glimpse of more semicircular seats with distinguished leather cushions.
Blending perfectly with the curves of the house, while being a daring space, we can feel a sensation of permanence.
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