The Daylight House designed by Japanese Architect Takeshi Hosaka and completed in 2011 is a house in which residents live under natural lighting from the sky.Continue reading
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In 2014 Japanese Architect firm Takeshi Hosaka completed The Shonan Christ Church. The structure stands in a rich green residential area, which is 10-minutes away from Shonan beach on foot….Continue reading
Completed in 2012 by Japanese Architects Takeshi Hosaka, the House in Byoubugaura is a three-story single-family dwelling in a small plot of just 60 m2. Curve wood walls are used…Continue reading
The Sayama Forest Chapel in Saitama, Japan by Japanese architect Hiroshi Nakamura has a “V” shape timber structure inspired in traditional Japanese structures called “Gassho-zukuri,”. Hiroshi Nakamura creates a highly durable wooden structure taking care of environmental…Continue reading
This rural Japanese house by Suppose Design Office features sunken rooms and see-through walls, designed to allow residents to observe and interact with wild animals bluring boundaries between interior and exterior architecture (photos…Continue reading