Tokyo-based studio Sou Fujimoto Architects has completed the House NA project, a three story family home located in a residential district of Tokyo, Japan. The small, unconventional home is made almost entirely of glass with a white steel frame, making it virtually transparent, and blurring the line between indoor and outdoor space.
House NA has three storeys that are subdivided into many staggered platforms. Associated with the concept of living within a tree, the spacious interior is comprised of 21 individual floor plates. Ranging in size from 21 to 81 square-feet, each floor plate is linked by a variety of stairs and ladders, including short runs of fixed and movable steps. The three-story glass house also features several balconies without safety rails, enhancing the minimalist aesthetic. Take a look!