Wooden Box House is a minimalist residence located in Saitama, Japan, designed by Suzuki Architects. On the first floor, there is a salon and a dressing/sleeping room in the back for the mother. When the windows are open, wind goes through the large space under the eaves facing the town. On the second floor, there is a writing/sleeping room for the father where he can enjoy the landscape of the next garden,  and a dining kitchen also serving as a buffer of the couple’s lives.