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Pit House – underground and above-ground house from Japanese architects

The stark honesty of 38-year old architect from Herosimy Keisuke Maeda (Keisuke Maeda) is breathtaking. Pit House residence recently built on a hillside in Okayama (Japan), is a kind of “cave” that offers its residents a 360-degree view of the surroundings.


This incredible and paradoxical effect is due to the formation of the aerial part of the building, mounted on legs, combined with the underground part of the “dead stop” in the body of the hill.

Huge amphitheater inside the home combines the two opposite poles and provides space plenty of natural daylight, through which half the underground structure is literally filled with air and gives its residents a direct visual connection to the outside world.


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