Camouflage House

Who said that the  greenhouses are only for plants?! Camouflage House, with the structure provides shelter for people. Architect Hiroshi Iguchi incorporated an interior garden planted with trees that poke through the ceiling. The home resonates a minimalism expected of a Japanese home with an interior that offers a sleek combination of woods and paper screens that soften the aesthetic of the metal used to construct the greenhouse walls. I really like the idea. Must be great to see the trees and the sky through the ceiling.







Photos by Alessio Guarino

About Paulina

I am a polish cellist, graduated from the Conservatory of Music in Rotterdam. Last year I lived in Madrid, now I´m back in the Netherlands. Besides music I enjoy architecture, interior design and many other pleasent things of day by day life.

One Comment

  • elish
    09-04-2010 | Permalink |

    where is that house?

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