House I by Yoshichika Takagi
by Mike / March 1, 2011
Via @designboom, a house in Akita, Japan "composed of a series of open and closed boxes, the unit aims to gently balance the intersection of internal and external spaces. Situated in the midst of a parking lot, the residence features layers of pierced facades that slowly unveil the main structure and life within it." More at Yoshichika Takagi.

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