The architects tried to get identity as a restaurant and make an opportunity to change the town by making a building form not existing yet.
The client thought that the building has a statement toward the town and it arises from the construction period already. He decided to build as self-build and had a communication actively for the locals passing by during the construction.
L’Angolino, Tatebayashi city, Gunma, Japan
Contract partner: pivoto, Kazuhisa Sunaga
Structural engineer: Takashi Takamizawa
Area: 61 sqm
Completion: April 2013