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Situated in a suburb of Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, the Case Home, designed by Jun Igarashi Architects, seems to be like a easy field design on the outside, however the white and wooden inside is filled with surprises.
The wires that reach as much as the roof are there in hopes that rising crops will wind their method up including a buffer zone between the inside and outside of the home.
To enliven the straightforward exterior, the panels that clad the home get smaller in peak as they get nearer to the bottom.
As soon as inside, you’ll discover the metal staircases that curve as they join the loft-like flooring.
The house is equal elements wooden and white, balancing out the clear, playground-like inside.
Flooring-to-ceiling bookcases add loads of space for storing for the open inside.
From the kitchen, you notice one other curvy staircase.
Photograph by Jun Igarashi Architects
What a cool place to play in case you have been a child. Whereas it doesn’t look the most secure, it undoubtedly seems tremendous enjoyable, doesn’t it?
Pictures by Daici Ano, besides the place famous.