Garden House by Kochi Architect's Studio
by Ted Savage / August 5, 2011
Via @designboom, a home built to embrace a rather large garden in Tokyo, Japan. Glass walls minimize the visual division between indoors and out.


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The house is built as two cubes, with only corners touching, and a glass-enclosed passage connecting the two, so that "the inhabitants experience the garden in their domestic movement." More at Kochi Architect's Studio. Photos: Daichi Ano.

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