House NA in Japan is Clearly a Privacy-Reducing Abode

By: Jessica Marren - Published: • References: demilked
The people in Japan who live in this entirely transparent home in Japan called House NA must be fairly confident because this glass house provides very little privacy. House Na was not designed to come across as boastful or in your face; rather, it was inspired by our ancient predecessors who lived in the trees.

Still, the concept is a very bold statement. There are certainly benefits to living in space that is completely transparent, but allowing the world to see your every move is a step not many are willing to take. Although I'm sure your plants would thank you for providing them with ample sunlight, your neighbors might not be so pleased. As you can imagine, House NA attracts a lot of attention. Stats for Entirely Transparent Homes Trending: Older & Popular
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