Most of us want a house that we can be comfortable in. A so-called traditional home. While I think traditional homes can be wonderful, I would ask you for a moment to consider this non-traditional home by Sou Fujimoto Architects. While from the outside the structure looks somewhat repetitive and simplistic, it really challenges the tradition of home-building. The walls and floors are far more transparent than most people would be comfortable with. The idea of privacy takes a back seat to a more open view of activities in the home. It's interesting that while many homes continue to get larger, interactivity tends to decrease. This architecture brings everyday living activities in closer proximity and encourages a more intertwined living experience.
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