In past 60 years, as information technology progressively changed, in Japan, our housing industry has rapidly adjusted to it. This
forced adjustment to our society has caused a transformation of our traditional lifestyle, and housing space has been often talked by
nLDK; n (number of private rooms) L (living) D (dining) K (kitchen). The concept of nLDK is to describe how much value your house has. The spatial flexibility and relationship (private and public) among n, L, D, and K are separated and lost, and as a result,
function started to walk alone.
Our proposal to these two houses,
BEAT are to try to re-consider and re-organize a quality of relationship of nLDK to re-adjust to a current and a future lifestyle — via ArchDaily