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Transparent House Consists of Alternating Levels Connected by Multiple Staircases

Placed close Omiya Station in Saitama, Japan, the S-House is a transparent home with an uncommon, vanguard geometric structure. Made by Tokyo-based practice Yuusuke Karasawa Architects, the two-story incorporating is part with five levels of divider less rooms associated by over twelve befuddling staircases and diagonal beams. 

The present day home's maze of rooms require watchful route of the confused levels, as a few floors contain up to two rooms, while others comprise of vacant voids. Drawing from investigations of nature and space, the structure streams upward in an amazing presentation of rotating solids, angles, and emptiness.

As indicated by Karasawa, the convoluted structure was manufactured for a customer as a reaction to the absence of protection and progressively mind boggling networks of data conceived of our internet age. He says :
"Our hope is that this complex, layered network space will become a new architectural form that captures the various activities borne out of today's informational society, where diversity and order are being demanded at the same time."

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