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Takeru Shoji designs a large wooden tent house in Japan

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Being called as the ‘hara house’, located in a rural village in Nagaoka city, the house is a tent-like wooden truss structure designed by the Takeru Shoji architects from Japan. The house accommodates a couple and their two children, the house is situated on a family owned land inhabiting several other structures. Taking further the site with an idea of an interconnected village the house is designed to remain incomplete so as to use the other pre-existing structures. Built like a large wooden tent, it is an open plan house with minimized storage and private spaces.

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