Architects are beginning to echo consumer desires to be attuned with nature, and Hiroshi Iguchi's 'Camouflage House' is the latest example of this harmony.
With its slanted glass roof, Hiroshi Iguchi's Camouflage House is designed like a greenhouse. Open spaces in the garden portion of the slanted roof let trees poke out into the sky, literally bridging the gap between man and nature. The first level of Hiroshi Iguchi's Camouflage House contains most of the living spaces, while the open second level provides ample places to stargaze and admire the view.
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