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House N – Sou Fujimoto – Oita JP 2008 // Medard-DoubletSusini-Aussedat | AI-2A Camondo

House N – Sou Fujimoto – Oita JP 2008 // Medard-DoubletSusini-Aussedat

House N – Sou Fujimoto – Oita JP 2008 // Medard-DoubletSusini-Aussedat | AI-2A Camondo

What lies between a house and a street? This was the question Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto addressed in the design of House N in Oita, southern Japan. The clients' mandate for the house was for something pure and simple. Fujimoto's solution? A white three-shelled box structure that blurs the boundaries between outdoors and indoors and connects to both the sky and the street. For more on the architect's work, visit Sou Fujimoto Architects.

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What lies between a house and a street? This was the question Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto addressed in the design of House N in Oita, southern Japan. The clients' mandate for the house was for something pure and simple. Fujimoto's solution? A white three-shelled box structure that blurs the boundaries between outdoors and indoors and connects to both the sky and the street. For more on the architect's work, visit Sou Fujimoto Architects.

jpn-arch:  ミンナノイエ / MINNA NO IE // MAMM Design {ph cr.  DAICI ANO}

jpn-arch: ミンナノイエ / MINNA NO IE // MAMM Design {ph cr. DAICI ANO}

A light-filled house in a Japanese ecovillage integrates the changing seasons of nature into the daily activities of its inhabitants.

Modern Japanese Ecovillage House Brings Nature Inside, Literally

A light-filled house in a Japanese ecovillage integrates the changing seasons of nature into the daily activities of its inhabitants.

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