The Next Generation House
This little folly is called the Next Generation House, designed by Sou Fujimoto Architects. The concept is a house built with Jenga blocks overlooking the River Kuma in Kumakura, Japan.
The cube is aproximately 13’x13’x13′ in size and formed by big pieces of cedar logs which allow to create your own seating space. Simplicity, craftmanship and joinery are the main characteristics of Japanese architecture. Beautiful!
Photo credit: Iwan Baan.
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