Japanese Architects Create Transparent House
Inspired by treehouses, Japanese architects Sou Fujimoto Architects built a house that is not upside-down, but is transparent.
Located in Tokyo, Japan, the house called ‘House NA’ boasts large glass windows for lots of light to come through during the day.
The various segments of the house allows its users to climb up and down and outside, without actually exiting and entering rooms or doors.
Although it does have a lack of privacy, as there are hardly any walls—the house does look pretty sleek to spend your day in.
Just a place to hangout and work with friends, perhaps?
[via My Modern Metropolis, images via Iwan Baan]