Overlooking the ocean in Kanagawa, Japan, the Seaside House uses a linear layout to maximize views. Minimal in form and color, the stark white reinforced concrete structure stands out from its more traditional neighbors. The lack of roadside windows provides the interior with privacy, while also directing full focus toward the water. Each room contains a floor-to-ceiling glazed wall, providing both undisrupted views of the sea and access to a cantilevered deck with a full-length swimming pool.
Photos: Shinichi Ogawa & Associates
Reblogged this on Musings on Life & Experience and commented:
A dream house.
Now if this could be heaven…!
It is too sterile for me. It looks like no one lives there or ever has. Lol I wouldn’t feel comfy in all that starkness.
Reblogged this on Matthews' Blog and commented:
Wow! What scenic beauty!