Satou House | Arkhefield

Guided by Japanese design principles, Satou house, alongside the Brisbane River, was conceived with a desire for simplicity over audaciousness. The spaces are private and introverted, providing the opportunity to create an individual atmosphere in each. Landscaping is closely entwined with the built form, with gardens woven into the building footprint.
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Satou House, Brisbane by Arkhefield. Photography: Scott Burrows

Satou House, Brisbane by Arkhefield.

Satou House, Brisbane by Arkhefield. Photography: Scott Burrows

Satou House, Brisbane by Arkhefield.

Satou House, Brisbane by Arkhefield. Photography: Scott Burrows

Satou House, Brisbane by Arkhefield.

Satou House, Brisbane by Arkhefield. Photography: Scott Burrows

Satou House, Brisbane by Arkhefield.

Satou House, Brisbane by Arkhefield. Photography: Scott Burrows

Satou House, Brisbane by Arkhefield.

Satou House, Brisbane by Arkhefield. Photography: Scott Burrows

Satou House, Brisbane by Arkhefield.

Satou House, Brisbane by Arkhefield. Photography: Scott Burrows

Satou House, Brisbane by Arkhefield.

Satou House, Brisbane by Arkhefield. Photography: Scott Burrows

Satou House, Brisbane by Arkhefield.

Satou House, Brisbane by Arkhefield. Photography: Scott Burrows

Satou House, Brisbane by Arkhefield.


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