The Complex House by Tomohiro Hata is Visually Stunning

By: Marriska Fernandes - Published: Oct 17, 2011 • References: hata-archi & dezeen
Most people love over-the-top abodes that scream luxury, and that's exactly what Complex House by Tomohiro Hata is all about. Japanese architect Tomohiro designed this humble abode with five roofs that are facing opposite directions.

Due to the angular roofs, triangle-shaped windows are formed on the first floor of the house and hence, the design is named Complex House. This two-story abode has overlapping sections, but the design helps to keep the room spacious enough for the family. The Complex House by Tomohiro Hata also gives way to a breezy courtyard that welcomes the families.

If you are looking for an enchanting house that is different from the regular prim and proper structures, then the Complex House by Tomohiro Hata is quite the catch. Stats for Angular Rooftop Abodes Trending: Older & Warm
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