Concrete Stack and Glass House

This Glass House, by NAF Architect & Design, located in Hiroshima, Japan, is based around a basic stacking system of concrete blocks each measuring 1.0 m x 1.0 m x 1.5m. The concrete is placed one on top of the other like simple building blocks, resulting in an unusual structure that displays varying degrees of undulation pattern.

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