There is no window and you can see the slit of the glass block.
Designed by taking advantage of the deformed site shape.
There is a slit on each floor level.
There is a garden in front of the entrance.
entrance hall
entrance hall: enter the exhibition space next to the reception.
The exhibition space is continuous with the atrium.
This is an exhibition space separated from the spiral exhibition space.
exhibition space on the mezzanine floor
exhibition space on the mezzanine floor
exhibition space on the mezzanine floor
2nd floor exhibition space: You can see the atrium.
2nd floor exhibition space
Semi-underground exhibition space
Semi-underground exhibition space
1st floor, 2nd floor, semi-basement space composition
exterior wall corner details
The site is on the suburbs of Himeji City, and the building is adjacent to the owner's residence.
“Enjoying the stored paintings in daily life” is the heart of the concept from the beginning.
This museum is not open to the public.
This museum is for small groups such as the owner and his family, acquaintances of the owner, and buyers.
The building is planned taking advantage of the characteristics of the L-shaped deformation area facing the intersection.
The exterior of the museum has no windows and only a few horizontal slits.
Some glass blocks are provided on the indoor floor, reflected light from the floor is put in the room.
These are to make the illumination distribution uniform in the day time.
The paintings on display are only Indian modern art.
You can enjoy the exhibition while moving the space to the 1st floor, the 2nd floor, and the 2nd floor in a spiral shape.

· Location: Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture
· Use: Museum
· Design, supervision period: December 2016 - June 2019
· Scale, structure:
 Total area: 795.82 m²
 Built in steel frame building
photo:Stirling Elmendor