The Japanese architecture has always been a point of inspiration for many people and places around the world because some of the things they create are just so spectacular. Today we’re going to be taking a look at an example of that with the new Wind Dyed House.

This house was created by Japanese architect Kazuhiko Kishimoto and overlooks the ocean cliffs in Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan. Because of the way it all has been designed the house almost feels like it has been embedded within the terrain because of the low-lying nature of it. This also allows for the least amount of impact possible on the environment.

Each floor of the house has been made up of different materials to give the residents a different perspective to the outside. The stone floors and plastic coated concrete walls that are featured on the first floor make a great impression and are accented by soft shadows created by the outside landscape through the paper screens. The open-air living space is a great touch as well that just about anyone should be able to appreciate.