这里正在讨论的实践是富士山建筑师工作室的艺术和建筑的实践和工作。房子的亲密度达到什么程度?作为一种练习，可以说一种形式的舒适和空间的使用。富士山建筑师事务所(Mount Fuji Architects)所遵循的这一做法，在他们试图在近距离的土地上展示舒适的房屋时，表现得相当活跃。东京人口稠密的居住区使建筑难以建造，但人们仍然需要家庭的舒适程度。这需要大量的创新思维。
Practice that is being discussed here is the practice and the work of art and architecture of the Mount Fuji Architects Studio. What does the closeness of houses achieve? Considered as a practice it can be said that a form of coziness and a use of space is achieved. The practice that is followed by the Mount Fuji Architects Studio is one that is quite dynamic in its representations as they attempt to present comfortable houses in really closeted lands. The dense residential area of Tokyo makes it impossible for building to be constructed spaciously; however people still need the comfort level within their homes. This requires a lot of innovative thinking.
Inhabitants are usually allotted only very limited lands and here Mount Fuji Architects Studio has construction practices that take these limited and sometimes even irregular lands and makes a architectural products out of them that is both comfortable and aesthetic. The motto of modern architectural theory and studies are to solve the problems that arise for current urban living. In this context Mount Fuji Architects Studio presents solutions that help in addressing them. Real architecture in the context of growing issues in urban living is often viewed with a sense of ‘a design for solving a mass problem’ aspect.
However, architecture should not only be a built object that solves a problem for the city. It has to aim to solve the needs of the owner. The owner or the occupant of the house will have expectations from the house that will go beyond a housing problem. In doing so, Mount Fuji Architects Studio will actually make intelligent use of the landscape. The architecture of Le Corbusier is seen to be mainly focused on a similar use of landscape for presenting modern architecture. An open plan and facades are used in order to bring in the landscape into the building design (Knoll, 2010). While Mount Fuji Architect does not use such forms of free façade because of the absence of a large landscape, they still make maximum use of the land in order to bring in a cozy and aesthetic design. The urban landscape is used appropriately and the answer is not just urban filler, but is handled by the architects as a theorized and formulated problem where they create a logical and aesthetic answer (Arch Daily, 2011). The Architects state that they create a dialogue between the old and the new in their processes.