This was sent to me by Joseph Sandy, who has also helped me out a bit on my Who’s Next entry. It’s a house in Buzen, Japan designed by the architects at Suppose design office that’s more like a cluster to tiny homes.
The ‘streets’ have glass roofs and exterior walls to help strengthen the idea of narrow paths between the different ‘homes’. Using so much glass in a roof doesn’t seem like a very practical approach but I really like the effect it creates. There also seem to be a lot of good ideas here for the tiny house designer/builder.
Great find Joseph! …and thanks for the hands-on help with the Who’s Next entry! Read more about this house at ArchDaily.