We punch holes

Ant House in Shizuoka, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan by mA-style architects /  photographed by Kai Nakamura Ant House in Shizuoka, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan by mA-style architects /  photographed by Kai Nakamura Ant House in Shizuoka, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan by mA-style architects /  photographed by Kai Nakamura Ant House in Shizuoka, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan by mA-style architects /  photographed by Kai Nakamura Ant House in Shizuoka, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan by mA-style architects /  photographed by Kai Nakamura Ant House in Shizuoka, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan by mA-style architects /  photographed by Kai Nakamura Ant House in Shizuoka, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan by mA-style architects /  photographed by Kai Nakamura Ant House in Shizuoka, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan by mA-style architects /  photographed by Kai Nakamura

‘Ant House’ in Shizuoka, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan by mA-style architects /  photographed by Kai Nakamura

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18 thoughts on “We punch holes

  1. I admit to not liking the exterior at all, but the interior of the house is beautiful: it has such a warm and welcoming feel about it! Wood is a great material for a home. Thanks for sharing!

  2. From the outside it looks like a bunker, but it´s beautiful in the inside. Been browsing thorough other things in your blog, and if you have noticed I follow and viceversa a hole bunch of different people, so you´re the next one I´m going to follow. Nice stuff you have here, beautiful pictures. I do wonder since you said in your about page that both of you where inspiring architects….what does that mean? are you still studying? and also are you going to put some of your work up on the blog?
    Found interesting the meaning behind the name. And thanks for dropping by my crazy un paid blog.

    1. Heya..thanks for your kind words :) .. when we set up the blog we were still studying, but now we both actually work, so should probably update that a bit… We sometimes put up some of our own photography, but for architecture it will still take a few months :)

  3. I like both the inside and the out; it’s the contrast that makes it special. The wood is great, but… so knotty! Heh.
    Maybe I spend too much time around ACX to really appreciate it as an interior.

  4. It is interesting that there is so much natural light inside the house considering that it would appear there are no windows on the outside of this bunker like house. Indeed, it is lovely on the inside.Maybe that’s kind of how many of us are–beautiful light filled creatures inside while deceiving the casual observer from the outside.

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