There's something very enchanting and charming about the Suppose Design House in Fukawa and it has a lot to do with its seemingly suspended spacial arrangements.
With a playful plan reminiscent of a tree house, this Japanese dwelling is essentially a big white box, with a labyrinth of stairs, corridors and rooms that climb up several stories. All clad in wooden veneers, the hovering spaces of the Suppose Design House in Fukawa give the young at heart a permanent playhouse.
The Suppose Design House in Fukawa Encases Cantilevered Spaces
1. Roofed Treehouse Residences - Opportunity for architects and developers to design and build unique, suspended dwellings inspired by tree houses.
2. Cantilevered Spaces - Potential for innovative structural designs in residential and commercial buildings that incorporate cantilevered spaces for a visually striking and functional aesthetic.
3. Playful Architectural Design - Demand for residential and commercial spaces that incorporate playful and whimsical elements to create a unique and engaging experience for users.
1. Architecture - Architectural firms can explore new design possibilities by incorporating suspended and cantilevered spaces in their projects.
2. Real Estate - Opportunity for real estate developers to market and sell innovative treehouse-inspired residences that appeal to buyers seeking unique and unconventional living spaces.
3. Hospitality and Tourism - Hotels and resorts can attract guests by offering accommodations that feature playful and whimsical architectural designs, such as roofed treehouse-like rooms.