Have you always wanted to show the world exactly what you’re doing at home during all hours of the day? Then look no further than this strange transparent house in Japan by Sou Fujimoto architects. Continue reading for our full overview, additional pictures, and even a video.


While it may be large, or at least by Japanese standards, this home offers absolutely no privacy, thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows found on all-levels of the structure. Fortunately, there are curtains that can be pulled down for privacy. Other features include: movable stairs, wooden furniture, and an integrated parking space.


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