This pointy residence can be found in Shizuoka, a coastal town between Tokyo and Nagoya.
Built by architect artisans mA-style, this a single family home was placed on a very narrow lot, one side of the facade features a plain windowless surface breached by the slanting portal of the the main entrance. All the windows were located to the back of the building which offers a view of the nearby river. Pretty impressive yet intimidating at the same time.
Just as breakfast is the most important meal of the day, the bedroom is the most important room in the house. It just is, isn’t it? It’s where you spend the most of your time. It’s where you go to refresh yourself after a long day. It’s the one room that should reflect your personality best. When you design your bedroom, there are many features that you just have to get right. Here are five of the most important features for any bedroom. Read more
Don't like to have your room in a permanent place? This home in Brittany lets you sleep anywhere because it has small bedrooms on wheels which can be rolled around or even outside of the house. Read more
Designed by LAND Arquitectors, this house is located on the cliffs of Zapallar, Chile and is called the Catch the Views House. Check out the rest of the house in the gallery below. It was designed in such a way that it catches as many views as possible. Read more