PC Garden by Kengo Kuma Architects Has a Windmill Formation

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Apr 11, 2014
References: kkaa.co.jp & designboom
PC Garden by Kengo Kuma Architects is based on a windmill formation, with the design process starting the central area of the house, and working its way outwards. The structure has four rooms, each places where the arms of a windmill would normally be situated.

The surroundings of the PC Garden are stunning, with a garden running around the entire outside of the home. This adds to the serene, nature-fused feel to the place, allowing individuals to relax when visiting here. To keep each of the rooms as distinct as possible, the designers used different finishes, and all are fitted with glass doors that slide open to have easy access to the outside area. With such a beautiful surrounding, one wouldn't want to feel completely cut off from this outside world.

Photo Credits: designboom, kkaa.co.jp