Designed by FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects, the House of Diffusion, is a residence in Shiga, Japan.The House of Diffusion foregoes an interior courtyard in favor of carefully censored views of its surroundings. Windows are placed specifically to afford inhabitants views of the landscape, but block views of the immediate neighborhood. The house’s name is also a result of its interior arrangement which uses flexible interior spaces which are “neither single nor too much divided.” Rooms are able to change definition and overlap one another.
House of Diffusion by FORM
House of Diffusion Living Room
Wooden Floor of Diffusion House
House of Diffusion Bedroom
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