Architect Builds Voyeur’s Dream in Tokyo
May 25, 2012 | by Von Capulong

Do you sometimes feel that you are living in a fish bowl, where every move you make is being watched?

Well, a house in Tokyo has made that scenario a reality. The 914 square-foot, three-storey house is made entirely of glass walls.

Architect Sou Fujimoto used modular tables in creating the see-through house.

Fujimoto said he was inspired by a concept of a tree: “The intriguing point of a tree is that these places are not hermetically isolated, but are connected to one another.”

You don’t have to worry about the things you do inside the bedroom, though. Fujimoto has provided curtains that give guests a semblance of privacy.

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Von Capulong
Von Capulong has more than 12 years of professional experience in the fields of management and marketing in the fields of information technology and food service with special focus on branding, product and business developments. He is also a member of the Professional Speakers Association of the Philippines (PSAP) and has conducted talks in the Philippines. He is also currently the president and CEO of GreenRides, Inc, the pioneer car cleaning company in the Philippines that cleans, waxes, polishes and UV protects vehicles without using water. He writes articles as a stress-reliever.
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