Life Without Buildings In Real Life


[image via rolu | dsgn]

Kubota Architect Atelier’s f house should be the new Eastern headquarters of Life Without Buildings. When seen from the front, the almost illusory home seems to erase itself from existence. It becomes a white void; a lack of house. An insight review of the painstakingly precise Japanese building is up at rolu | dsgn as part of their ongoing series, White Out, which explores contemporary residential  architecture in Japan. Bonus points to rolu for managing to mention both 60 Minutes correspondent Morley Safer and the concept of non-place in the same paragraph!

&#183 nic the intern presents white out – kubota arch [rolu | dsgn]

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