Bringing the Outside In

If we ever needed a little more convincing that bigger is not always better, a quick glance at the residential architecture of Japan reminds us that good things do indeed come in small packages.

The 'House N' by Sou Fujimoto is an innovative design consisting of three shells, with each layer allowing for both glimpses and ample views of of the adjacent spaces. The house provides intimate corners and soaring heights, and a street presence that is both private and personable.

2 comments:

Annie said...

Wow, very interesting..

Kate @ The Zeitgeists said...

OMG that is amazing! Love your blog by the way and thanks for your comments on TZ. I've started following you!