The translucent house built by Sou Fujimoto Architects in Japan features an almost completely clear view from one side of the house to the other. With barely any walls, the clear and white house is virtually impossible to get privacy in, but awesome as a design.
The house, where confidence is a must, is furnished in white and light-wood looks to have an ethereal, floating quality. The many levels and lack of doors ensures that this multi-dimensional abode is more like a funhouse than an actual living space. Set up as a hangout space, with no beds, but rather bookshelves, desks, computers and a kitchen, the translucent home by Sou Fujimoto Architects is a fantastically fun new design.
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