Constructed from a series of windowless concrete slabs, the Fu House uses its monolithic facade to conceal the sights and sounds of its noisy industrialized environment. Each of these slabs is supported by a delicate white panel, the bottom of which is slightly elevated to make the home appear to levitate off of the ground. The exterior materials are exposed internally, paired with white tile floors and minimal decor to create a monochromatic pallet. Light enters only through a pair of glazed walls, flanking the main living area. On one side the glass opens to a patio and wading pool, while the other turns the Ferrari parked under the carport into a work of art.
Photos: Kenji Masunaga / Kubota Architect Atelier