Architects across the world are adopting the idea of exhibitionism in their design of some very ‘open’ houses. Not leaving much to the imagination, people who live in these see-through structures obviously aren’t shy about exposing their true selves.
Ranging from a three level, blue-tainted glass box set in snowy Milan, to an oversized toy house in the middle of Tokyo, these houses are perfect for the eccentric exhibitionist looking to reveal some of their quirkiness to the outside world.
The Glass House by Philip Johnson — New Canaan, Connecticut
Farnsworth House by Mies van der Rohe — Plano, Illinois
Glass House by Unit Arkitektur AB — Träslövsläge, Sweden
Glass House by SANTAMBROGIOMILANO — Milan, Italy
Glass House by JM Architecture — Lake Lugano, Italy
House NA by Sou Fukimoto Architects — Tokyo, Japan
Jodlowa House by PCKO — Krakow, Poland
The Sebastopol Residence by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects — Sebastapol, California
May 21, 2012 by Greta Mayr