Architect Tatsuyuki Takagi envisioned Fly Out House, a m odernresidence in the shape of a cantilevered volume in Toyohashi, Japan. The project was especially built for a small family and suspended above the ground in order to provide an optimum level of privacy from the busy street. Opposite to the main road, views of the […]The post Family Living Inside Suspended Cantilevered Volume: Fly Out House in Japan appeared first on Freshome.com.
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