The Shounan House Proves It's What's on the Inside that Counts

By: Jason Soy - Published: Jul 26, 2011 • References: & sweet-station
The Shounan House is one of those architectural marvels that you can only truly enjoy once you look past its exterior. On the outside, it looks as though someone tipped over the roofing of a farm since it features all-white corrugated panels that severely clash with its surroundings. Once you’re inside the Shounan House though, I’m sure you can put all of your second guesses to rest as the humble home features maple plank hardwood flooring and a stellar spiral staircase. The crazy home even has a balcony!

The Shounan House is designed by Jun Igarashi Architects.

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