living in a box : cube house : Shinichi Ogawa & Associates


it fascinates me how a lot of japanese architects can build houses without windows, maybe just a skylight, or and inner courtyard. always light, but what can it be like to not be able to see the outside world? is it a statement about being peaceful within the city, or just a different way of living. i love the buildings. and i would like to see what it is to live like this. all photos : cube house : shinichi ogawa & associates  openhouse 




all photos : shinichi ogawa &associates 

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