Николай Николаев

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The translucent plastic walls of this house by Japanese architects Suppose Design Office allow natural light to flood the interior from all sides.

Throughout the house, "Walls become windows and windows become walls," explains architect Makoto Tanijiri of the luminescent home he designed outside of Hiroshima with his firm Suppose Design Office. Photo by: Toshiyuki Yano

This Japanese house features four wooden columns arranged in a square to support the rest of the timber frame.

4 Columns house in Tokyo features four wooden columns arranged in a square at its centre that support the rest of the timber framework

This house located in Hyogo Prefecture in Yamasaki came to us via JA+U (Japan Architecture+Urbanism) and the light-filled, minimalist space is perfect for the often-cloudy location that it's in. Designed by Yo Shimada of Tato Architects, the main part of the home is partially sunken in the ground, which includes the kitchen, living room, and bedrooms.

Architect Yo Shimada from Tato Architecture has designed and built this beautiful daylit house in Yamasaki, Japan. Seen on JA+U (Japan Architecture+Urbanism), the house is grounded in the idea of