Unique Circular Residence on the Coast of Japan: Villa Ronde

Unique Circular Residence on the Coast of Japan: Villa Ronde

Villa Ronde is an impressive green-roofed residence designed by company Ciel Rouge and located in Japan. The round shape of this luxurious crib was chosen in order to take full advantage of the surrounding views. According to the architects, the residence “is thought as a wide free organic space in which rooms can be closed or in continuity to each other around a patio. The round shape is the best to cover the beautiful view around as well as to resist and glide in the strong typhoons winds. The building itself seems to grow from an hill in which air system circulate to ventilate permanently the house. Everything is thought for the best thermal natural ratio with a double facade for protecting from winds and sun, as well as the roof is covered by one foot of soil including a watering system”. Villa Ronde features an impressive swimming pool, a private museum, a beautiful terrace and a large guest area. Impressed?


  • gk May 17, 2011 at 18:25 PMLogin to Reply →

    i’m Impresse


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  • agustin May 18, 2011 at 02:24 AMLogin to Reply →

    extraordinary your design
    i will visit later to see new article your design

  • sam May 18, 2011 at 03:17 AMLogin to Reply →

    I wonder if this is still fine after earthquakes? if you are going to use a seaside house in Japan, I think you owe it to the subject to at least address the possibility, or at least mention the great disaster in Japan, the country that brought you this masterpiece for your blog pics.

  • karen ho fatt May 18, 2011 at 15:28 PMLogin to Reply →

    We have a circular residence in my neighbourhood, it is a complete circle and is undergoing renos, they put another storey on top. I would love to see the inside. I remember when it went on sale it got snapped up immediately(wish I had the money then!!).

    Love the light and fantastic views in this home overlooking the ocean. The one you show is definitely out of this world and probably very pricey too. Circular structures always cost a pretty penny.Publisher, familyfirepit.com