Choose one: Tokyo’s Transparent House or Australia’s Transparent Pool

Sou Fujimoto Architects Transparent House

How would you feel if people could see everything that goes on in your house from dusk til dawn? That is the question that comes to mind when you look at Sou Fujimoto Architect‘s Modern Transparent House in Tokyo, Japan.

Toxel says, Designed by Sou Fujimoto architects, unique house features strong metal frame, movable stairs, wooden furniture, and integrated parking space.  At night, “glass walls” are covered with curtains.

OFTB Swimming Pool Construction Elsternwick

Ok the next one is a little more workable. Australian architects, OFTB Swimming Pool Construction, designed a transparent pool. So next time you go swimming in the pool, you can see exactly who’s got bladder problems and whether to enter that pool of not ;-).  The pool seen here is a live model of course in Melbourne, Australia.

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