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House N Architect: Sou Fujimoto Location: Oita, Japan Year built: 2007-2008

House N / Sou Fujimoto

House N Architect: Sou Fujimoto Location: Oita, Japan Year built: 2007-2008

"In a country where architectural design has become a free-for-all, where anything goes, the increasing number of architect designed houses have become synonymous with unconventionality in Japan" writes Naomi Pollock, author of Jutaku: Japanese Houses – a new case study of 411 of Japan's most incredible modernist houses. Western logic and hierarchy of floor plans are thrown out the proverbial window in favour of brutalist concrete structures, winding vertical mazes and steel facades. And…

10 Incredible Japanese Houses

"In a country where architectural design has become a free-for-all, where anything goes, the increasing number of architect designed houses have become synonymous with unconventionality in Japan" writes Naomi Pollock, author of Jutaku: Japanese Houses – a new case study of 411 of Japan's most incredible modernist houses. Western logic and hierarchy of floor plans are thrown out the proverbial window in favour of brutalist concrete structures, winding vertical mazes and steel facades. And…

"“House before House” by Sou Fujimoto 2008  One of the four concept houses built for the “SUMIKA Project”  by TOKYO GAS Co., Ltd."

"“House before House” by Sou Fujimoto 2008 One of the four concept houses built for the “SUMIKA Project” by TOKYO GAS Co., Ltd."

Beautiful  Japanese architecture that blurs the lines between indoor and outdoor.:

Beautiful Japanese architecture that blurs the lines between indoor and outdoor.:

Sou Fujimoto/ Croquis … immersed in a cluttered city. I did not feel the least bit exiting from my own space even after i left the house. because the interior and exterior temperature scarcel…

Sou Fujimoto

Sou Fujimoto/ Croquis … immersed in a cluttered city. I did not feel the least bit exiting from my own space even after i left the house. because the interior and exterior temperature scarcel…

Japanese Architecture in OIta, Japan, by Sou Fujimoto Architects #outdoor #patio

Japanese Architecture in OIta, Japan, by Sou Fujimoto Architects #outdoor #patio

The 914 square-foot Tokyo home is comprised of 21 individual floor plates, all situated at various heights, to create the sense of living in a tree — Sou Fujimoto Architects | House NA — sou-fujimoto.net #architecture #CAB #ChicagoArchitectureBiennial

The 914 square-foot Tokyo home is comprised of 21 individual floor plates, all situated at various heights, to create the sense of living in a tree — Sou Fujimoto Architects | House NA — sou-fujimoto.net #architecture #CAB #ChicagoArchitectureBiennial

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