A house built on the top of a mountain with 128 steps.
Especially recently, I've been working with the spirit of "finishing something in this era".
Use materials that can be burned or returned to the soil, or devise materials that are still usable as designs.
And cherish handwork.
People get sick when they stop using their hands.
"The state-of-the-art design of the spirit that leaves the 102-year-old wooden to the purpose of structural calculation"
Atelier and residence of Eiki Danzuka, a landscape architect created with such thoughts.
I hope it will be a place for creators to return to the origin of their inspiration.

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