Gallery: Transparent F3 House by Koh Kitayama Looks Like a Daylight-Fil...


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Seen on JA+U (Japan Architecture+Urbanism), the F3 House in Tokyo was designed for an owner who had only two requests: a spacious garage for his cars, and an area where he could indulge in his passion for cooking. Architect Koh Kitayama packed all the necessary functions into the smallest possible area, leaving the rest of the house to provide space for the owner’s favorite pastimes. Located in a hilly suburb of Tokyo, the daylight-filled house is liberated from the conventions of contemporary residential housing.

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1 Comment

  1. calvinh August 22, 2012 at 4:26 am

    Sheesh, hate to have to pull that curtains in THAT house…

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