The Suppose Design Office has created an altogether wholly industrial home, the House of Yagi, which has been built entirely out of concrete. Working on a narrow site, the idea of the design studio’s concept was to have a form that was both incomplete and complete at the same time. This state is exaggerated by the sparse interior design, which maximizes interaction with its surrounding environment. Using the same ground floor material as the original site, the entrance hall even features a single fully grown tree which acts as a contrast against the industrial construction. The first floor windows have been left without any glass, which currently creates an interesting interplay between the inhabitants and the weather. It also gives the owners the freedom to explore new ways of living and alternative design additions.