There are houses with all kinds of shapes and colors, however, one element remains and limits creativity: the outline, which tend to be straight. The lines chase each construct tapping of uniformity and boredom. But many architects have broken the barrier and designed unconventional property. This is the case of the studio Takeshi Hosaka, which has created a house in Byoubugaura, Japan, whose characteristic features are its curved walls and floors. There is not spherical, but an idea that breaks trends, offering innovation. The house, inspired by the hills of Byoubugaura, has a ground floor and two floors, which are connected by a spiral staircase; seems like a small building in an ordinary neighborhood. The materials used to build it are concrete, steel, wood and glass.
Source and images: Takeshi Hosaka