Would you live in a house that is translucent? Architects at Suppose Design Office recently made one for a family home in Hiroshima, Japan.
They decided to use translucent walls to provide natural light inside the home without sacrificing privacy. The rest of the structure is made up of an I-beam frame, concrete ceilings, and timber floors. Check out a couple pictures of the home in the gallery below:
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