Having dinner by your Ferrari
The Japanese city of Shunan, located less than a kilometre away from the Seto Inland Sea, recently became the home of a property signed Kubota Architect Atelier.
Made up of three L-shaped structures and embellished with wafer-thin edges and glass walls, each section is built meticulously, creating an illusion that the building floats above the ground. Privacy meets luxury in this stunning property thanks to the concrete slabs installed between the sleek white planes, forming impenetrable facades which cancel out noise and create an atmosphere of pure relaxation. The metal step linked to the raised edge of one of the slick surfaces welcomes its visitors inside the house, where sliding doors open to reveal a beautiful open-space concept, a minimalistic staircase, and a glimpse of the terrace.