With a name almost as avant-garde as the design, the Outside (Outside) ((Outside)) by a.a.+H showcases intricate board placing.
Elaborate and ornate, this abode boasts two roofs and an impressive collection of four mini houses within the construction. Located in Saitama, the house is a paradox as it manages to be a construction that is indoors and outdoors at the same time. This ideal is achieved through its forward-thinking roof that includes two facets, polycarbonate sheets that seal off the space along with an uncovered half made up of panels.
The four houses inside Outside (Outside) ((Outside)) by a.a.+H boast sliding chipboard doors and their own mini roofs. With such a rich design, it is interesting that the home boasts a minimalist allure and a prominent paradox in within its own intricacy.
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