The Daylight House by Takeshi Hosaka Uses Bright Beams

 - Oct 1, 2011
References: hosakatakeshi & dezeen
Nothing can be more beautifully captured than the natural beam of sunlight, and the Daylight House by Takeshi Hosaka captures this beauty. Located in Japan, this house pushes the boundaries of creativity, and has managed to stream the natural ray of sunlight through the ceilings' arched skylights.

Designed by Japanese architect Takeshi Hosaka, the windowless house draped in timber has four bedrooms and a huge living room. The natural light shining on the house looks so heavenly and holy as if it were a mere dream. The house is actually situated in the midst of tall dark houses in the valley, and yet it is able to capture sweet sunlight throughout the day. The single-storey house is simply perfect for a small family who wants to settle down in a cozy, naturally illuminated house.