12 Futuristic Houses by Japanese Architects | Architectural Digest Yoshino-sugi Cedar House. Architect Go Hasegawa collaborated with San Francisco–based company Airbnb to craft this two-story dwelling, clad in Yoshino cedar, as a combination community center and guest accommodation, with the first floor serving as a cozy public area for the townspeople to relax and chat and the second floor providing space for travelers and guests. After House Vision 2016, the prototype will be moved to
Spring Valley House by StudioMET Houston-based Architectural firm StudioMET has designed the Spring Valley House project . As its name suggests, this two story home is located in Spring Valley Village, an enclave of Houston in Texas, USA.:
Name: Genevieve Location: Concordia — Portland, Oregon This is our tiny house (216 square feet) within the growing Concordia neighborhood in NE Portland. The home started as a garage space that was historically permitted as a living space in the 1940s under WWII war time code. So, the tiny house itself has some interesting history.