The Sakura house is a home office for a couple in a residential neighborhood in Meguro, Tokyo. Mount Fuji Architects Studio separate internal and external atmosphere with thin, transparent membranes, creating a sense of freedom and openness. They created a forest made of lace-like steel with holes punched out in a floral pattern, that filters light like sunshine through foliage.
designed-for-life: Sakura house facade by Mount Fuji Architects Studio Sakura house in tokyo has two self supporting walls made out of perforated metal. during daytime there’s a play of sunlight and in the nighttime the facade turns into a nice giant lantern. source Arch Daily