eco trailer | tiny house
Holes open up a home to the outside world, making it seem extra enchanting. In a forested area of Japan where there’s plenty of rain, architect Kotaro Ide decided to design with elliptically-shaped concrete forms rather than cladding the house with more traditional (and fragile) wood. Then he cut holes into the concrete to liberate the space. Given the organic, seamless flow of the home all windows and doors had to be custom designed. The result: a sumptuous, all-embracing environment.