Takashi Yamaguchi & Associates challenges the concepts of traditional architecture by realizing a folded house design in Japan's Hyogo Prefecture.
The silhouette of the home is fully continuous and all-white. The construction takes inspiration from the Möbius loop which is known as a surface that has only one sound and only one boundary. Thus, the building's two floors, balconies, and ceiling are "formed of a continuous white strip."
Takashi Yamaguchi & Associates' folded house is a marvel of architectural format and will surely spike the curiosity of observing designers. The home entertains an asymmetrical interior, with an abundance of voids that the studio has glazed to satisfy aesthetic needs. Meeting living requirements, the abode boasts some privacy-oriented spaces and is sure to set itself apart from traditional homes through a daring sculptural interior.