If open spaces and never-ending views are your thing, then check out the seafront Catch the Views House by LAND Arquitectos.
If you’re into clean, minimal decor and expanses of space, then welcome to your dream home. Located close to the Suzuka mountain range in Japan in a heavily forested region, even with its glass front the gallery and residence still manages to feel completely secluded thanks to the natural surroundings. Designed by Japanese firm Shinichi Ogawa & Associates, the architects designed a glazed wall to run along the 18-meter-wide elongated facade of the building to make the most of the forest views. The ongoing interior creates a special space which is partially invaded by the exterior greenery, while providing an unusual take on the typical white-cube style gallery space for the client.