If Pablo Picasso designed a home's interior, it would look something like Ana House. The family home in Tokyo looks small and unassuming from the outside, but stepping inside transports one to a dazzling and slightly baffling alternate space.
Ana House is captivating because of its form and its color. Each of the rooms is painted with a distinct pastel hue, which one might imagine would lead to a clear separation between one another. However, the rooms aren't separated by typical rectangular door frames. Rather, the jambs between each space in the interior are built at odd and perplexing angles, intersecting with one another at random segments throughout the home. The ultimate look is complex, but it keeps the eye occupied no matter where it lands.
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Ana House's Rooms are Divided by Color and Odd Shapes
- By: Joey HaarAug 4, 2017