Think playing Jenga is fucking frustrating? How about living in a Jenga block.
Created by Sou Fujimoto Architects, the house draws upon the classic Japanese tower building (or in Gilding’s case, tower of “soon to meet its ultimate destruction”).
Using retangular cut cedar logs, the house actually only offers a 13′x13′x13′ cube space that amounts to accumulations of bits and pieces of sections of square footage here and there. If manipulating such a design structure from the outside fries your brain, try doing so from the inside as you attempt to find yourself some nook of comfortable affordability. And aside from its claustrophobic conditions, the home apparently also comes with the demand that only the hard wooden surfaces be used for all your furnishing needs like seating, sleeping, eating and storage. That is, for those individuals willing to rent the eco-initiative home, located in Kumakura, Japan.
Link: The Design Blog