Designed by Japanese architect Kohki Hiranuma, this featured home deemed a 'House for Everyone' is a wood-wrapped wonder. It looks as though it's been encased by wooden window shutters, which create an interesting shadow detail within the home. The added wave gives the abode a sculptural appearance that makes it stand out even more.
Check out the featured gallery to get a view for this wicked piece of architecture.
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Japanese Architect Kohki Hiranuma Builds a 'House for Everyone'
- By: Meghan YoungSep 27, 2010