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Peter Anderson has worked in the construction industry in the U.S., France, Italy and Japan, and has a particular interest in international trade as it relates to construction technology and new communication technology. He is President of Bay Pacific Construction as well as a Partner in Anderson Anderson Architecture. From 1997-2001 he was a visiting faculty member of the University of Hawaii School of Architecture, where he held the position of Director of the Construction Process Innovation Laboratory, conducting research and teaching in the area of international entrepreneurial business opportunities in technology and urban development. He has frequently been invited to speak at universities and at international architecture and building construction conferences in the United States, Japan, and Southeast Asia, and has been extensively involved in developing and presenting construction technology courses and seminars for design and construction professionals in Japan and America.
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He has lectured and written educational materials for numerous professional seminars in the U.S. and Japan on topics of design and construction technology and has lectured frequently at universities in the U.S. and Asia on his design work. He has taught design studios on urban issues and new construction technology focused on cities in the Asia-Pacific region; lecture and laboratory courses on construction materials and processes; and seminar courses relating entrepreneurial opportunities in new technology and product prototyping to environmental and urban issues in Asian cities.
A significant focus of his work has been on new construction technology and he has served as a consultant in this area for corporations and government agencies in the U.S. and in Asia. His creative work has received numerous awards and has been included in group and solo exhibitions in the United States as well as in Japan. His work has appeared in books and professional journals in the United States, Asia and Europe as well as in newspapers and in television features on new construction technology aired on PBS, CNN, ABC and NHK TV, Tokyo. His projects have been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions, and are the subject of a current monograph from Princeton Architectural Press, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.
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Our firm’s work has been widely published in the U.S., Asia and Europe, and recognized with numerous awards for its creativity in merging design excellence with cost-effective, high-quality execution. The work has been featured in numerous lectures and exhibitions, and in publications such as Architecture, Architectural Record, The New York Times, Dwell, Metropolitan Home, Sunset, Builder, Journal of Light Construction, and in numerous books and international publications. Our projects have also appeared in television specials on PBS, CNN and NHK Tokyo. Design honors have included awards the American Institute of Architects, The American Wood Council, Sunset/Western Home Awards, and the prestigious Progressive Architecture Award.

 

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From 1997-2001 he established and directed the Construction Process Innovation Laboratory at the University of Hawaii School of Architecture, conducting research and teaching in the area of entrepreneurial, multi-disciplinary creativity in new construction technology applied to critical environmental issues in urban areas. He has frequently been invited to speak at universities and at international architecture and building construction conferences in the United States, Japan, and Southeast Asia, and has been extensively involved in developing and presenting construction technology courses and seminars for design and construction professionals in Japan and The United States.

His design work focuses on new sustainable construction technology and affordable housing adapted for unique sites and cultural conditions. His design work in this area has been commissioned by corporations and government agencies in the U.S. and in Asia, and has received numerous international, national and regional competition prizes and design awards, including three prestigious Progressive Architecture Honor Awards, and has been included in many group and solo exhibitions in the United States, Japan and Europe. His drawings and design models are included in a number of museum collections, including The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and The Ogden Museum of Art in New Orleans. His work has appeared in numerous books and professional publications in the United States, Asia and Europe —including Architecture, Architectural Record, World Architecture, and The Journal of Architectural Education; as well as having broad coverage in popular media including frequently the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Dwell and other newspapers and periodicals; and in television features on new design and construction technology aired on PBS, CNN, ABC and NHK TV, Tokyo. A monograph on his work, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in Fall 2001, and a new book covering his design work for new sustainable construction technologies, Prefab Prototypes; Site-Specific Design for Off-Site Fabrication, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2007.

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Mark Anderson’s design work focuses on new sustainable construction technology adapted for unique sites and cultural conditions. His design work in this area has been commissioned by corporations and government agencies in the U.S. and in Asia. His architectural work has received numerous international, national and regional competition prizes and design awards, including three prestigious Progressive Architecture Honor Awards, and has been included in many group and solo exhibitions in the United States, Japan and Europe. His drawings and design models are included in a number of museum collections, including a suite of his drawings that was exhibited and purchased for the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. His work has appeared in numerous books and professional publications in the United States, Asia and Europe —including Architecture, Architectural Record, World Architecture, and The Journal of Architectural Education; as well as having broad coverage in popular media including frequently the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Dwell and other newspapers and periodicals; and in television features on new design and construction technology aired on PBS, CNN, ABC and NHK TV, Tokyo. A monograph on his work, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in Fall 2001, and a second book covering his design work for new sustainable construction technologies, Prefab Prototypes; Site-Specific Design for Off-Site Fabrication”, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2007. His design work in sustainable urban infrastructure was selected for exhibition in the United States Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2006. In 2004 Mark Anderson was named as a National Peer fellow of the federal Design Excellence Commission, and in 2010 he was made a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.

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Morrish, William R., Susanne Schindler, and Katie Swenson. 2009. “Expand Options, Grow Gardens: Anderson Anderson—Organic Urban Living Field,” in Growing urban habitats: seeking a new housing development model, 212-21. San Francisco: William Stout Publishers.
Bonnemaison, Sarah, and Ronit Eisenbach. 2009. “Anderson Anderson with Cameron Schoepp: Prairie Ladder,” in Installations by architects: experiments in building and design, 100-1. New York: Princeton Architectural Press.
Bergdoll, Barry, Peter Christensen, and Ron Broadhurst. 2008. “Great Hanshin Earthquake Community Center,” in Home delivery: fabricating the modern dwelling, 172. New York: Museum of Modern Art.
Jacobs, Karrie. 2006. “The Perfect House: The Kennedy residence by Anderson Anderson Architecture, Fox Island, Washington.” in The perfect $100,000 house: a trip across America and back in pursuit of a place to call home, 94-112. New York: Viking.
Beaver, Robyn. 2005. “The Chameleon House,” in 100 more of the world’s best houses, 68-69. Mulgrave, Victoria, Australia: Images Publishing.
MacDonald, Joan Vos. 2005. “The Shape of Fitness to Come: The Ess House,” and “The Home as StairMaster: The Lake Michigan House,” in High fit home: designing your home for health and fitness, 114-19, 128. New York, N.Y.: Harper Design.
Herbers, Jill. 2004. “Anderson Anderson Architecture: Kennedy House | Cantilever House,” and “New Materials & Processes,” in Prefab modern, 110-15, 148-51. New York: Harper Design International.
Arieff, Allison, and Bryan Burkhart. 2002. “Kennedy Residence/ Affordable Apartment Prototype,” in Prefab, 76-81. Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith.
Anderson, Mark, Peter Anderson, Donlyn Lyndon, Cameron Schoepp, and Andrew Zago. 2000. Anderson Anderson: architecture and construction. New York: Princeton Architectural Press. (Monograph.)
Images Publishing Group. 1997. “Ess Residence,” “Sunny Bay Residence,” and “Panelized House Prototype,” in International architecture yearbook. No. 4, 290-93, 332-33, 346. Mulgrave, Vic: Images Publishing Group.

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Men’s Journal, “Build your own paradise,” by Michael Kaplan. pg.80-83, 95. January 2006, Wenner Media, New York, New York.
AB (Architecture Boston), Unbuilt Architecture Awards, p.91, January, February 2006, Boston, Massachusetts.
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DWELL Magazine, “On a Rock in a Hard Place,” Wagner, Andrew.  San Francisco, California, April 2005.
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DWELL Magazine, “Dwell Home Invitational”, Arieff, Allison. San Francisco, CA. July/August, 2003. Presentation of completed design proposals for invited competition, including “AB Parts House” by Anderson Anderson Architecture.
DWELL Magazine, “Introducing the Dwell Home Architects”, Arieff, Allison. San Francisco, CA. March/April 2003.
World Architecture, “Book makers.” Brown, Bay, June 2001, p. 97-98. Review of the monograph Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.
OffRamp, “Playing in Traffic.” Anderson, Peter and Mark Anderson.  Journal of the Southern California Institute of Architecture, published by Princeton Architectural Press, distributed by Chronicle Press.  Spring, 2000.
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Builder Magazine, “Cutting Edge.”  Jones, David A.,  November 1993, pp. 126-127.
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(Monograph. Nominated for Sir Robert McAlpine International Book Award for Construction, Royal Institute of British Architects.)

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Morrish, William R., Susanne Schindler, and Katie Swenson. 2009. “Expand Options, Grow Gardens: Anderson Anderson—Organic Urban Living Field,” in Growing urban habitats: seeking a new housing development model, 212-21. San Francisco: William Stout Publishers.

Bonnemaison, Sarah, and Ronit Eisenbach. 2009. “Anderson Anderson with Cameron Schoepp: Prairie Ladder,” in Installations by architects: experiments in building and design, 100-1. New York: Princeton Architectural Press.

Bergdoll, Barry, Peter Christensen, and Ron Broadhurst. 2008. “Great Hanshin Earthquake Community Center,” in Home delivery: fabricating the modern dwelling, 172. New York: Museum of Modern Art.

Jacobs, Karrie. 2006. “The Perfect House: The Kennedy residence by Anderson Anderson Architecture, Fox Island, Washington.” in The perfect $100,000 house: a trip across America and back in pursuit of a place to call home, 94-112. New York: Viking.

Beaver, Robyn. 2005. “The Chameleon House,” in 100 more of the world’s best houses, 68-69. Mulgrave, Victoria, Australia: Images Publishing.

MacDonald, Joan Vos. 2005. “The Shape of Fitness to Come: The Ess House,” and “The Home as StairMaster: The Lake Michigan House,” in High fit home: designing your home for health and fitness, 114-19, 128. New York, N.Y.: Harper Design.

Herbers, Jill. 2004. “Anderson Anderson Architecture: Kennedy House | Cantilever House,” and “New Materials & Processes,” in Prefab modern, 110-15, 148-51. New York: Harper Design International.

Arieff, Allison, and Bryan Burkhart. 2002. “Kennedy Residence/ Affordable Apartment Prototype,” in Prefab, 76-81. Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith.

Anderson, Mark, Peter Anderson, Donlyn Lyndon, Cameron Schoepp, and Andrew Zago. 2000. Anderson Anderson: architecture and construction. New York: Princeton Architectural Press. (Monograph.)

Images Publishing Group. 1997. “Ess Residence,” “Sunny Bay Residence,” and “Panelized House Prototype,” in International architecture yearbook. No. 4, 290-93, 332-33, 346. Mulgrave, Vic: Images Publishing Group.

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Architectural Record, June, 2006. McGraw Hill, New York, New York.

Architecture, 53rd Annual P/A Awards, pg 32-38, January 2006, Volume 95 Number 1, VNU Business Media, New York, New York.

Men’s Journal, “Build your own paradise,” by Michael Kaplan. pg.80-83, 95. January 2006, Wenner Media, New York, New York.

AB (Architecture Boston), Unbuilt Architecture Awards, p.91, January, February 2006, Boston, Massachusetts.

ARCHnews, 2005 AIAEB Design Awards, pg 4, 5. November 2005, Oakland, California.

CRIT, Urban Habitats, pg 20-26, Journal of the American Institute of Architecture Students, Issue 60, Fall 2005.

Frameworks, “Portfolio: Tinkers Workshop” Anderson, Mark. Berkeley Environmental Design, The Regents of the University of California, issue 1, Spring 2005.

DWELL Magazine, “On a Rock in a Hard Place,” Wagner, Andrew.  San Francisco, California, April 2005.

Plenty Magazine, article on prefabricated prototypes including the Cantilever House and the Fox Island House, Landi, Ann, New York, New York. Winter 2005.

PLACES, “Delta Primer: A Field Guide to the California Delta, by Jane Wolff,” Anderson, Mark.  New York, NY. Spring 2004, Vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 54-61.

NEWSDAY, “Prefab-ulous: A cadres of high-style architects brings designerly ambitions to the mid-priced, kit-built home”, Davidson, Justin. New York, NY. November 24, 2003.

DWELL Magazine, “Dwell Home Invitational”, Arieff, Allison. San Francisco, CA. July/August, 2003. Presentation of completed design proposals for invited competition, including “AB Parts House” by Anderson Anderson Architecture.

DWELL Magazine, “Introducing the Dwell Home Architects”, Arieff, Allison. San Francisco, CA. March/April 2003.

World Architecture, “Book makers.” Brown, Bay, June 2001, p. 97-98. Review of the monograph Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.

OffRamp, “Playing in Traffic.” Anderson, Peter and Mark Anderson.  Journal of the Southern California Institute of Architecture, published by Princeton Architectural Press, distributed by Chronicle Press.  Spring, 2000.

POAR (Korea), “Anderson Anderson Architecture.” Park, Jin Ho, April, 1999, pp. 58-67.

Builder Magazine, “Cutting Edge.”  Jones, David A.,  November 1993, pp. 126-127.

The Harvard Architecture Review , “Program for an Exhibition,” and “Thesis on Making Shelter.”  Anderson, Mark.  Vol. VII (1989), pp. 9-11.
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Anderson, online Mark, and Peter Anderson. 2007. Prefab prototypes: site-specific design for off-site construction. New York: Princeton Architectural Press.  (Monograph. Nominated for Sir Robert McAlpine International Book Award for Construction, Royal Institute of British Architects.)

Crafti, Stephen. 2009. “China Finalist: Anderson Anderson Architecture, USA, Sky Gardens,” in Houses of steel: Living Steel’s international architecture competitions, 96-7. Victoria, Australia: Images Pub. Group Pty Ltd.

Morrish, William R., Susanne Schindler, and Katie Swenson. 2009. “Expand Options, Grow Gardens: Anderson Anderson—Organic Urban Living Field,” in Growing urban habitats: seeking a new housing development model, 212-21. San Francisco: William Stout Publishers.

Bonnemaison, Sarah, and Ronit Eisenbach. 2009. “Anderson Anderson with Cameron Schoepp: Prairie Ladder,” in Installations by architects: experiments in building and design, 100-1. New York: Princeton Architectural Press.

Bergdoll, Barry, Peter Christensen, and Ron Broadhurst. 2008. “Great Hanshin Earthquake Community Center,” in Home delivery: fabricating the modern dwelling, 172. New York: Museum of Modern Art.

Jacobs, Karrie. 2006. “The Perfect House: The Kennedy residence by Anderson Anderson Architecture, Fox Island, Washington.” in The perfect $100,000 house: a trip across America and back in pursuit of a place to call home, 94-112. New York: Viking.

Beaver, Robyn. 2005. “The Chameleon House,” in 100 more of the world’s best houses, 68-69. Mulgrave, Victoria, Australia: Images Publishing.

MacDonald, Joan Vos. 2005. “The Shape of Fitness to Come: The Ess House,” and “The Home as StairMaster: The Lake Michigan House,” in High fit home: designing your home for health and fitness, 114-19, 128. New York, N.Y.: Harper Design.

Herbers, Jill. 2004. “Anderson Anderson Architecture: Kennedy House | Cantilever House,” and “New Materials & Processes,” in Prefab modern, 110-15, 148-51. New York: Harper Design International.

Arieff, Allison, and Bryan Burkhart. 2002. “Kennedy Residence/ Affordable Apartment Prototype,” in Prefab, 76-81. Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith.

Anderson, Mark, Peter Anderson, Donlyn Lyndon, Cameron Schoepp, and Andrew Zago. 2000. Anderson Anderson: architecture and construction. New York: Princeton Architectural Press. (Monograph.)

Images Publishing Group. 1997. “Ess Residence,” “Sunny Bay Residence,” and “Panelized House Prototype,” in International architecture yearbook. No. 4, 290-93, 332-33, 346. Mulgrave, Vic: Images Publishing Group.

SELECTED JOURNALS AND MAGAZINES

Architectural Record, June, 2006. McGraw Hill, New York, New York.

Architecture, 53rd Annual P/A Awards, pg 32-38, January 2006, Volume 95 Number 1, VNU Business Media, New York, New York.

Men’s Journal, “Build your own paradise,” by Michael Kaplan. pg.80-83, 95. January 2006, Wenner Media, New York, New York.

AB (Architecture Boston), Unbuilt Architecture Awards, p.91, January, February 2006, Boston, Massachusetts.

ARCHnews, 2005 AIAEB Design Awards, pg 4, 5. November 2005, Oakland, California.

CRIT, Urban Habitats, pg 20-26, Journal of the American Institute of Architecture Students, Issue 60, Fall 2005.

Frameworks, “Portfolio: Tinkers Workshop” Anderson, Mark. Berkeley Environmental Design, The Regents of the University of California, issue 1, Spring 2005.

DWELL Magazine, “On a Rock in a Hard Place,” Wagner, Andrew.  San Francisco, California, April 2005.

Plenty Magazine, article on prefabricated prototypes including the Cantilever House and the Fox Island House, Landi, Ann, New York, New York. Winter 2005.

PLACES, “Delta Primer: A Field Guide to the California Delta, by Jane Wolff,” Anderson, Mark.  New York, NY. Spring 2004, Vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 54-61.

NEWSDAY, “Prefab-ulous: A cadres of high-style architects brings designerly ambitions to the mid-priced, kit-built home”, Davidson, Justin. New York, NY. November 24, 2003.

DWELL Magazine, “Dwell Home Invitational”, Arieff, Allison. San Francisco, CA. July/August, 2003. Presentation of completed design proposals for invited competition, including “AB Parts House” by Anderson Anderson Architecture.

DWELL Magazine, “Introducing the Dwell Home Architects”, Arieff, Allison. San Francisco, CA. March/April 2003.

World Architecture, “Book makers.” Brown, Bay, June 2001, p. 97-98. Review of the monograph Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.

OffRamp, “Playing in Traffic.” Anderson, Peter and Mark Anderson.  Journal of the Southern California Institute of Architecture, published by Princeton Architectural Press, distributed by Chronicle Press.  Spring, 2000.

POAR (Korea), “Anderson Anderson Architecture.” Park, Jin Ho, April, 1999, pp. 58-67.

Builder Magazine, “Cutting Edge.”  Jones, David A.,  November 1993, pp. 126-127.

The Harvard Architecture Review , “Program for an Exhibition,” and “Thesis on Making Shelter.”  Anderson, Mark.  Vol. VII (1989), pp. 9-11.
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Crafti, Stephen. 2009. “China Finalist: Anderson Anderson Architecture, USA, Sky Gardens,” in Houses of steel: Living Steel’s international architecture competitions, 96-7. Victoria, Australia: Images Pub. Group Pty Ltd.

Morrish, William R., Susanne Schindler, and Katie Swenson. 2009. “Expand Options, Grow Gardens: Anderson Anderson—Organic Urban Living Field,” in Growing urban habitats: seeking a new housing development model, 212-21. San Francisco: William Stout Publishers.

Bonnemaison, Sarah, and Ronit Eisenbach. 2009. “Anderson Anderson with Cameron Schoepp: Prairie Ladder,” in Installations by architects: experiments in building and design, 100-1. New York: Princeton Architectural Press.

Bergdoll, Barry, Peter Christensen, and Ron Broadhurst. 2008. “Great Hanshin Earthquake Community Center,” in Home delivery: fabricating the modern dwelling, 172. New York: Museum of Modern Art.

Jacobs, Karrie. 2006. “The Perfect House: The Kennedy residence by Anderson Anderson Architecture, Fox Island, Washington.” in The perfect $100,000 house: a trip across America and back in pursuit of a place to call home, 94-112. New York: Viking.

Beaver, Robyn. 2005. “The Chameleon House,” in 100 more of the world’s best houses, 68-69. Mulgrave, Victoria, Australia: Images Publishing.

MacDonald, Joan Vos. 2005. “The Shape of Fitness to Come: The Ess House,” and “The Home as StairMaster: The Lake Michigan House,” in High fit home: designing your home for health and fitness, 114-19, 128. New York, N.Y.: Harper Design.

Herbers, Jill. 2004. “Anderson Anderson Architecture: Kennedy House | Cantilever House,” and “New Materials & Processes,” in Prefab modern, 110-15, 148-51. New York: Harper Design International.

Arieff, Allison, and Bryan Burkhart. 2002. “Kennedy Residence/ Affordable Apartment Prototype,” in Prefab, 76-81. Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith.

Anderson, Mark, Peter Anderson, Donlyn Lyndon, Cameron Schoepp, and Andrew Zago. 2000. Anderson Anderson: architecture and construction. New York: Princeton Architectural Press. (Monograph.)

Images Publishing Group. 1997. “Ess Residence,” “Sunny Bay Residence,” and “Panelized House Prototype,” in International architecture yearbook. No. 4, 290-93, 332-33, 346. Mulgrave, Vic: Images Publishing Group.

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CRIT, Urban Habitats, pg 20-26, Journal of the American Institute of Architecture Students, Issue 60, Fall 2005.

Frameworks, “Portfolio: Tinkers Workshop” Anderson, Mark. Berkeley Environmental Design, The Regents of the University of California, issue 1, Spring 2005.

DWELL Magazine, “On a Rock in a Hard Place,” Wagner, Andrew.  San Francisco, CA, April 2005.

Plenty Magazine, article on prefabricated prototypes including the Cantilever House and the Fox Island House, Landi, Ann, New York, New York. Winter 2005.

PLACES, “Delta Primer: A Field Guide to the California Delta, by Jane Wolff,” Anderson, Mark.  New York, NY. Spring 2004, Vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 54-61.

NEWSDAY, “Prefab-ulous: A cadres of high-style architects brings designerly ambitions to the mid-priced, kit-built home”, Davidson, Justin. New York, NY. November 24, 2003.

DWELL Magazine, “Dwell Home Invitational”, Arieff, Allison. San Francisco, CA. July/August, 2003. Presentation of completed design proposals for invited competition, including “AB Parts House” by Anderson Anderson Architecture.

DWELL Magazine, “Introducing the Dwell Home Architects”, Arieff, Allison. San Francisco, CA. March/April 2003.

World Architecture, “Book makers.” Brown, Bay, June 2001, p. 97-98. Review of the monograph Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction.

OffRamp, “Playing in Traffic.” Anderson, Peter and Mark Anderson.  Journal of the Southern California Institute of Architecture, published by Princeton Architectural Press, distributed by Chronicle Press.  Spring, 2000.

POAR (Korea), “Anderson Anderson Architecture.” Park, Jin Ho, April, 1999, pp. 58-67.

Builder Magazine, “Cutting Edge.”  Jones, David A.,  November 1993, pp. 126-127.

The Harvard Architecture Review , “Program for an Exhibition,” and “Thesis on Making Shelter.”  Anderson, Mark.  Vol. VII (1989), pp. 9-11.

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Kumamoto, Kyushu Island, Japan

This two bedroom, one bath home—built for two public school teachers on a hillside overlooking Kumamoto, Japan—is planned to become fully energy self-sufficient once all designed systems are phased in. The construction budget of US$154,000—an extremely modest budget by local Kumamoto standards—required a close collaboration of the architects and builder to achieve a high-quality, off-site fabricated timber-frame construction meeting high sustainability standards. Rather than eliminating green technology to remain within budget, the 1100 square foot home was planned for a phased integration of systems, budgeted to be completed with the couple’s current income without increased loans over the coming five years. All essential components of the sustainable design strategy are fully implemented in the original construction, including natural, renewable, healthy materials; optimized solar shading, day lighting, and chimney-effect natural ventilation; solar hot water heating; high-efficiency hydronic heating made ready for future geothermal ground loop and solar thermal roof panels; water catchment roof system planned for a future green roof; and efficiently sized spaces and gardens conducive to simple, indoor-outdoor living with minimal ongoing maintenance and resource investment.

The house is sited on a terraced, south-facing slope in a dense housing neighborhood, overlooking orange groves and a spectacular view of Kumamoto Castle and surrounding hills. The building is sited for maximum views and passive solar heating of the massive concrete floor slabs serving as thermal ballast, and with opening walls facing the prevailing summer winds. The north face of the home has a steeply pitched roof section oriented for photovoltaic panels facing south, and high, operable clerestory windows facing north and upslope, creating optimized day lighting without summer heat gain, and creating a chimney-effect natural ventilation draft drawing air through the home, and exhausting the kitchen, bath and sleeping spaces with cooling updrafts. The house is constructed of simple, robust materials, consisting of concrete, plaster, and locally and sustainably harvested timber.

Credits
Anderson Anderson Architecture, San Francisco; with Nishiyama Architects, Kumamoto Japan