• Privacy made obsolete by Tokyo glass home!

  • Privacy in our lives these days seems minimal, with people choosing to make their lives public via social networking websites and the like. Abolishing privacy completely, this home nestled in a quiet neighbourhood in Tokyo literally allows your neighbours and strangers watch just how you live! A glass home in essence, this 914 square-foot residence was designed by Sou Fujimoto and sports high glass walls, 21 “floor plates” that serve as places to sit, work, cook, eat or sleep that also heat up to keep residents warm during winters! A home that could pretty much work as a treat for spying rubber-necked neighbours, this residence makes privacy isn’t the best place for a newly-weds or those with the unfailing tendency to break glass-ware after all!


    Topics: Building, Featured Tags: on May 17, 2012
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