CC House

CC House, Anywhere in Japan, 2010

CC House
“Creative Commons” is a movement corresponding to widely expressive style such as Remix and Sampling. That would create certain possibility of, for instance, modification or re-distribution with specifying that it release some parts of the copyright. What it would happen if this concept applied in Architecture? If I positively release my copyrights, which makes possible that my designed buildings are customized, constructed and used being unaware of me, it could acquire the mal-distribution close to tolerant sense of togetherness that Japanese wooden house poses. For a start I would sell out whole drawing of small two-storied wooden house. The house is composed with two buildings connecting each other with staircase room. The combination of two buildings direction makes possible to be corresponding to any shaped building lot.

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Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects is an architecture and urban design firm globally operating based in Tokyo, Japan. We aim to realize a new form of Architecture and cities with regarding Market, Laws, Norms and Environment which transform itself dynamically as opportunities of our design.

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