Glenburn House by Sean Godsell
It is partially embedded into the hilltop to protect the occupants from the prevailing weather and buffer the west side of the building from extreme heat in summer.
How is a 921-square-foot, 44-level house possible? Witness Tokyo architect Akihisa Hirata’s mind-bending, shape-shifting solution to small-space living. At the top of the house, the twisting staircase sequence culminates in a compact galley kitchen, followed by an elevated dining area.
My teacher is so good at freehand perspective drawings.