As though we didn’t see an adequate amount of their creativeness already, here’s another interesting illustration of modern Japanese architecture. Created by studio Edward Suzuki Architecture, the F Residence is situated in Karakul, a town situated in Karaganda Prefecture, Japan. It is not easy not to see the museum-like design options that come with this unusual crib, based on the thought of creating a project that will look inward, instead of expand for the outdoors. Here’s more details in the designers: “The theme, ‘Go directly into go out’, was put on the appearance of this house and, consequently, the rectangular silhouette of the home was pressed towards the boundary limits from the 776 square meter property in the heart of that was placed a 15-meter diameter circular patio. The thrust from the planning ended up being to allow every single room to manage and to possess a look at this central garden“. On Freshmen we end up finding projects that make the most of their surrounding atmosphere.