A-mazing! House in Fukawa by Suppose Design Office

Multiple floor and overlapping platforms make for a big idea
House in Fukawa by Suppose Design Office
House in Fukawa by Suppose Design Office

House in Fukawa is the latest project by Suppose Studio, the Hiroshima-based agency behind such hypnotic designs as Black Pyramid House in Saijo, Japan, House in Nagoya, where plants divide the rooms, and the boutique project Karis, an installation of paper tubes inspired by caves.

Conceived up by Suppose founder Makoto Tanijiri, the complex, maze-like design of the house, which features multiple floors and overlapping platforms, is intended to visually enlarge a small property located on the outskirts of Hiroshima.


Follow the link to Dezeen for more images and floor plans of the house.

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