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by Nicole last modified Jun 10, 2011

Created by Japanese architects Taku Sakaushi of OFDA, ‘Corner Windows’ is a u-shaped, two-storey house that was built on a slope. Using the hill to their advantage, OFDA built a house that appears to be curved. Curving around the street and outside courtyard, this retro house stands out among all other traditional houses within the…  Read More »




 

 

Created by Japanese architects Taku Sakaushi of OFDA, ‘Corner Windows’ is a u-shaped, two-storey house that was built on a slope. Using the hill to their advantage, OFDA built a house that appears to be curved.

Curving around the street and outside courtyard, this retro house stands out among all other traditional houses within the vicinity. The ‘Corner Windows’ catch low beams of sunlight, which go around the obstacle of being towered over by nearby houses.

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