Modern Japan Houses
When you think "home", you think that four walls and a roof. When Japanese thought Tezuka Architects "House", they decided to leave the "wall" to share. The result is the wall-less House, located in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan. This modern house cost is borne by a central core and a thin pair of columns. The lack of walls on the ground enables the interior of the space open to the outside, with garden of 360 degrees of access. Rising three floors, this spacious 2582-sq-ft. the house has steel shutters that can be opened daily to flood the space with natural light, and closed at night for privacy. A beautiful roof terrace offers a panoramic view of the surrounding city.
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