The 'Passage House' is a Japanese Weekend Getaway Property by TNA

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Aug 4, 2010 • References: tna-arch & architectural-review
The 'Passage House,' designed by Japanese architectural firm TNA, gives the impression of a U-shaped floor plan cantilevered out of a Japanese hillside in Negano Prefecture. In actuality the cottage forms a complete habitable ring through the earth.

This compact and coherent project houses all the necessary amenities for an isolated retreat, providing as well the luxury of expansive views of the surrounding landscape. The view of 'Passage House' itself is equally as breathtaking. Stats for Hovering Hillside Homes Trending: Older & Warm
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