25 September 2011


If there is one feature of this Tokyo Japan home to take note of it is the small openings scattered across the facade. Designed by Takeshi Hosaka Architects, the openings allow the deaf parents of the family to communicate freely with their children between floors, rooms and the world beyond; becoming conduits for human beings, wind, air and light to flow throughout the home. That's imagination.

via contemporist


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