The House NA is open living at its very finest. Designed by Sou Fujimoto Architects, the house was made for a couple living in Tokyo and sits in stark contrast with the other concrete homes on the quiet residential block.
Not only is the house largely transparent, but it doesn’t adhere to tradition multiple story floor distinctions. Instead, it feels more like a modern tree house, with 21 individual levels situated at various heights and connected with steps, stairs, and ladders. Described as “a unity of separation and coherence” the House NA acts as both a single room and a collection of rooms. The house provides spaces of intimacy if two individuals choose to be close, while also allowing for a larger group to be distributed across the house.
[ via Design Boom]