Azuma House, Sumiyoshi, which split into two a space dedicated to everyday life (composed of an austere geometry) by the insertion of an abstract space designed to suit wind and light. Your goal; says; was to introduce a question in the inertia that has invaded human dwellings. With Azuma House, in 1976 he received an award from the Japanese Association of Architecture. Built between medians, this property stands on a plot of 57.3 m2 and the total floor area is 64.7 m2, divided into three equal sections: two volumes and a patio. It is a concrete box that occupies the entire site. The building, centripetal in their organization of space has a tripartite ground centered on a patio.