Minamimachi House in Japan Looks Like a Labyrinth

By: Christina Butty - Published:   Updated: Jul 14 2011 • References: suppose.jp & dezeen
Designed with the consideration of low space availability in Japan is the Minamimachi house by Suppose Design Office in Japan.

While it is a strong deviation from typical home design that people are used to, the Minamimachi house has offset floors which allow natural light to flow freely into each level.

Implications - This is the ideal house for anyone looking for a modern twist on the average home. With its sleek, white design, residences are guaranteed to stay cool in the summer no matter how much the weather heats up. Located in Hiroshima, Japan, the interior of Minamimachi house has a series of terraces, shaped accordingly to its intended purpose.

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