Sou Fujimoto’s Wooden House

Architecture & Interiors

Although it may not be the perfect house, it beats any tree house I ever had!

"There are no categorization of floors, walls, and ceilings here. A
locality that was thought as a floor transforms into chairs, ceilings,
and walls from different perspectives. Floor levels are relative and
people reinterpret the spatiality according to where they are. People
are three-dimensionally distributed in space and will experience new
sensations of depths. Spaces are not divided but is rather produced as
a chance occurrence within fusing elements. Inhabitants discover
various functions within those undulations. It is a place akin to
nebulous landscape."







via Archinect

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  1. Sarah Anne

    Aug 13, 2009 at 11:54 am

    I am in love with this! I did a project for school back in the day that was very similar to this but on a much smaller scale! Would love to own one up in the hills! *dreams* someday :)

  2. style odyssey

    Aug 15, 2009 at 10:14 am

    a truly innovative concept…beautiful amalgam of form, function and beauty.

  3. Joost west

    Sep 3, 2009 at 1:56 pm

    Jenga! ;-)

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