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January 31, 2009

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E B Snare

This space is unbelievably stunning, especially for such an oddly shaped house. Has a futuristic feel as well. Because of those huge windows it feels like you are living in the forest, not a concrete structure. Some of this in the UK please! :D

Andrea C.

This space is anything but sterile.
Personally, I find the way Japanese architects use polished concrete with light and shadow very beautiful. The focus here is on nature - the home is a simple yet elegant shelter that allows the dweller the maximum connection with nature outside - in this case, a cherry tree. Nature triumphs in this outward-looking space.
By contrast, many North Americans idealize a cluttered, inward-looking interior, and have little desire to put nature in the starring role.

It's a different way of looking at the world.

Kim Major

The ingenuity is awesome but it seems SO sterile! Could they use some color on those walls???

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