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Yukio Asari
Cross House
Koganei, Tokyo, Japan
2011

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I've ridden my bike past this house, it's pretty awsome from the outside.
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Do most homes of "architectural significance" look uncomfortable for the inhabitants?
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Do most homes of "architectural significance" look uncomfortable for the inhabitants?

uncomfortable eh.gif
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Do most homes of "architectural significance" look uncomfortable for the inhabitants?

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Do most homes of "architectural significance" look uncomfortable for the inhabitants?

Yes, most of them have long metal spikes in place of chairs and piles of jagged glass instead of carpet or other flooring.
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Ritchie McDougal Builders
Destiny™ Chateau @ Oak Manor Quail Valley
Toledo, Ohio or such
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Lowry, Otto, Erskine, Williams Architects
Subway
Ottawa, Canada
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Suspended brick? Yes, please.

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Gomestar, be sure to check this one out. Another really good effort.

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Do most homes of "architectural significance" look uncomfortable for the inhabitants?
Via interior design some can be made comfortable, but in most instances the architect will not be pleased. wink.gif In all sincerity, I can appreciate them, but I may not want to live in them. I'd imagine that you or I might find the architecturally significant homes of former periods (albethey with updated utilities) to offer more 'comfort.'
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Hans-Jörg Ruch
Chesa Andrea
Madulain, Switzerland
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Hans-Jörg Ruch
Chesa Madalena
Zuoz, Switzerland
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SH, I appreciate your curated selections from the architecture blogosphere. Thanks
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Vora Arquitectura
Villa Extramuros
Arraiolos, Portugal
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Those Swiss ones are so unbelievable. Never heard of that firm but is now one of my favorites.
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