In today’s article, CPT Construction – the best builders in Sydney has got something, especially for the Big Brother lifestyle lovers.
If you believe that you have nothing to hide, try spending a few nights in the see-through house located in Tokyo, Japan. It was built by Sou Fujimoto Architect Group in 2009. This 914 square-foot transparent house was inspired by our ancient predecessors who inhabited trees. While so-called “House NA” offers plenty of daylight, expect no privacy here.
The various levels are linked by an assortment of stairs and ladders in addition to short runs of fixed and movable wooden steps, which is unique, but let’s be honest the main draw of the house is that it is almost entirely made of glass.
Described as “a unity of separation and coherence”, the house acts as both a single room and a collection of rooms. The loosely defined plan and the individual floor plates create a setting for a range of activities that can take place at different scales.
Finding the price of this property was impossible. However, we are interested to see what our readers think about it. Is the house’s lack of privacy too much to overcome or would you ever consider making it your permanent residence?
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