House in Odaka is a minimal residence located in Nagoya, Japan, designed by SUPPOSE DESIGN OFFICE. Eight huts floating in the landscape are located at the southern end of Nagoya City, in an area where what used to be a field was developed into a large-scale residential land, and the surrounding area is dotted with fields, thickets and bamboo groves. Although it is a residential area, nature remains, and creates an indescribable balance of atmosphere. The plan replaced each required function with a hut, and proceeded while considering the air volume, relationships, and opening positions of the eight huts. The scene changes as one goes from the entrance to the back, and the scenery that spreads depending on the place and time one spends, such as floors, steps on the floor, sofas, and desks, also changes.

Photography by toha