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House Without Walls by Tezuka Architects

Fri, Mar 13, 2009 | Home design | By Mike
 
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Takaharu Tezuka, a Japanese architect who was born 1964 and build many conceptual projects since than. Wall-less house is one of them. It’s three store building with steel structure and without walls at the first floor. Thanks to that there is a beautiful garden view from there. The house is supported on a central core and a pair of columns. Other stores have almost 360 degree views too. Even in the bedroom the owners could be as close to nature as it’s possible without losing comfort of home. Even thought the interior is quite simple the house is more than amazing because of it views. [Tezuka Architects]

[Via Plataforma Arquitectura]

House Without Walls


House Without Walls


House Without Walls


House Without Walls


House Without Walls


House Without Walls


House Without Walls


House Without Walls


Photos by Katsuhisa Kida.

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  1. Cgore Says:

    What happens if it rains?

  2. Iveta Says:

    wow.. I’m lovin’it! :P

  3. Tom Says:

    what happens if you wanna have sex?

  4. Fardii Says:

    What happens when people want to break in? All they have to do is just walk right in, no?

  5. jack Says:

    In a word, yuck. Just because you can doesn’t mean you should .

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