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Masahiko Sato the I-house

Japanese architect Masahiko Sato of architect show designed the ‘I-house’ on the slopes of Sasebo Bay in Nagasaki, Japan.

The house is oriented towards the sea and the lack of windows on the sides and the street side pinpoints the beautiful horizon from within the structure. Because of the backwards tilting of the structure of the house the daylight entering the house is increased to the max. And the view of the sea and the islands of the coast will never get boring we believe.

masahiko sato: I-house

masahiko sato: I-house

masahiko sato: I-house

masahiko sato: I-house

masahiko sato: I-house

masahiko sato: I-house

masahiko sato: I-house

masahiko sato: I-house

masahiko sato: I-house

masahiko sato: I-house

masahiko sato: I-house

masahiko sato: I-house

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This entry was posted on April 6, 2012 by in architecture.
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