What’s it like to be hugged by a whole room? We’re not entirely sure (scientists haven’t quite mastered the animation of structures yet) but we bet it probably feels something like being in a room whose walls, ceiling and floor are all wrapped in the same gorgeous, modern material. A sense of womb-like comfort, these sorts of spaces don’t feel boring due to the solitary nature of their material; they feel limitless, free and full of planes of existence that all morph into one another. The Rainy/Sunny project by Mount Fuji Architects Studio is a perfect example, both inside and out, of this total envelopment of the senses by a material.
As seen on Architizer.