Japanese architectual firm Sou Fujimoto Architects has made the world's first tansparent house. House NA. It is loosely based on the idea of living in a tree, with its 21 multilevel floor plates. This satisfies the clients' desire to "live as nomads" while in the comfort of their own home.
While the concept seems really cool I don't know o wI feel about being so exposed.
Glass floors, walls and ceilings make for an interesting day at home.
It almost disappears against the sky.
I love that people are just sitting on the roof.
Talk about a view. The windows are designed to frame neighboring buildings.
These people look so happy enjoying the tiny 914 square feet.
The curtains are there to handle privacy concerns.
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