A House With A Hexagonal Void By Kochi Architect’s Studio

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Japan-based Kochi Architect’s Studio designed a home with an open wooden structure that connects every room in the two-story building. From the outside, the building has the shape of a box, while the interiors reveal a large hexagonal void in the middle of the house that consists of 12 small rooms. On the inspiration behind it, the architects say: “The result is a dynamic and complex interior that provides the experience of being present in all rooms without losing the possibility of retreating into just one.”

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