When I design architecture, I'd like to create a "tolerant architecture". As it is said to be food, clothing, shelter, people and houses are very close. Needless to say, a house is a place where people live their lives. There are various scenes, such as when people grow up, eat, go to bed, relax, sometimes face down to fight or disease. There is life in daytime, and there is expressions in the evening. I think that housing is particularly tolerant to accept family members. Tolerance is "temperament and nature that can accept a certain thing without exclusion, or the extent to which such property is." What is a tolerant house? I think that the building itself does not insist too much and the place where a person feels comfortable is made naturally. To that end, it is important to take responsibility for the relationship with the neighborhood, to tackle with the modest attitude that one building will create a landscape, and to think over while taking over the past knowledge cultivated by climate and culture. I think that it is also important to have a new "meaningful design" from the dialogue with the client.