Residing in a Japanese neighborhood where all houses must stand a minimum height of 7 meters in this adventurous residence built by the Japanese design team at naf architect & design fittingly called ’3 Way House.’
The unassuming cubic exterior is rather boring in appearance, equipped with standard amenities like a car port that directly connects to the home’s centered court yard. The inside of the home is unlike anything you would expect. Ladders connect each of the levels in the multi story abode, but the focal point is the rock climbing wall that extends all the way to the rooftop. This incredible wall allows for a fun and playful experience while also allowing ample light to enter the home. More ideas on our homepage for those seeking inspiration from around the world.