We’re no strangers to the idea of living in a modern treehouse, but how about living in a flattened treehouse to interact with nature? Located in Hiroshima, Japan, UID Architects utilized the perfect space in between a rich forest and bare hilly land (neat the road) to create a home that allowed two lifestyles. Cubes stacked over one another like building blocks create a flattened illusion that doesn’t stick out or take away from building’s raw counterparts in the forest. It might just be the perfect place to sit and observe nature in it’s own habitat.
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