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Forbes: 8 Incredible Open-Air Homes

House NA, Tokyo, Japan

The potential downside of living in a see-through house on a small lot on a narrow city street surrounded by more traditional buildings may be lack of privacy. The upside is loads of natural light.? The architectural photographer Iwan Baan describes the architect Sui Fujimoto’s minimalist all-glass House NA, as “one continuous space of staircases, small platforms and glass.” The platforms become a place to set or can serve as a desk, a step up to the next platform or a place to roll out a bed.

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