NEO GEO Architect
NEO GEO blends traditional and innovative design to produce a comfortable living space that suits your modern lifestyle. If you are thinking about building a home in Japan and you like the traditional wooden aspects of a Japanese home, but also want the comfort and durability of a modern home, then you should talk with Mr. Yokozeki Masato, the CEO and principal architect at NEO GEO. Mr. Masato has long been involved with the renovation and preservation of traditional buildings, and he is able to use the knowledge and techniques garnered from this work in an innovative way when building new homes.
Mr. Masato’s office is located in the architecturally historic area of Tondabayashi City in Osaka. This area has been designated as an important traditional architecture preservation district due to the many outstanding examples of traditional Japanese homes. Out of 600 town houses in the district, 250 are traditional Japanese houses. Some of these homes have been designated as either national or prefectural significant properties.
Mr. Masato pays careful attention to all aspects of the homes design. As an example when designing the floorplan of the new home Mr. Masato is particular that the new home’s layout is suitable for today’s modern lifestyle. Optimum materials and earthquake-proof construction technologies are used to make homes safe.
You can see many examples of Mr. Masato’s work by following this link to his website
If you are thinking of renovating a traditional Japanese home or are interested in building a new home that contains the best of both traditional and modern Japanese architecture, please get in touch using the contact form below. We are looking forward to hearing from you.
Yokozeki Masato was born in Hyogo Prefecture in 1962. After graduating from the Fukui University of Technology in 1984 he immediately started work in the architectural field. He opened his own design office in 1991 and then in 1994 he established NEO GEO. As an architect he works with the 3 major materials of modern architecture, concrete, steel, and glass and has experience designing a wide range of buildings. He has modernized and used CLT structures in other building designs. Mr. Masato has won many design awards and his work is often featured in prominent design and architectural publications.
10-33-1 tondabayashicho, tondabayashi-city, Osaka