Jenga House

Posted By Ben Goulding, 24 August, 2009 | permalink

Jenga Place

This picture shows a Jenga-inspired house, created by architect, Sou Fujimoto.

“I wanted to create an ultimate wooden architecture. I thought through this bungalow, which can be considered as a small and primitive house, it was possible to do a primitive and simultaneously new architecture. 350mm square profile cedar is piled endlessly.”

A work of art or a pile of firewood? You decide.

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Asswass August 24, 2009

I don´t see any windows or furniture in that house so I guess it’s just a pile of wood. Imagine the termites :S.

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