Two-story spacious abodes with natural light illuminated from every corner is what makes the 'House RoomRoom' by Takeshi Hosaka Architects so appealing.
Located in Japan, the entire apartment is made of 200mm square windows that enhances communication between the tenants, and allows as much natural light to flow into the house as possible. There are two rooms on the ground floor and a large room on the second level. Surprisingly, the countless number of small windows does not invade the privacy of the house members, and keeps the house fresh throughout the day.
The House RoomRoom by Takeshi Hosaka Architects is a clever cubism-central idea that has impressed many. If you want to explore an out-of-the-box abode that will blow your mind, then this gallery is a must-see.
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