FEELGOODBUILDINGS
Many things influence how people feel inside buildings and spaces. This website was built to find out what the main feelgoodfactors are. On this site you can find out what other people’s favorite places and spaces are, and how they feel, smell, look, sound and taste. But you can also tell us about your nr. 1 feelgoodbuilding.

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House N

 

This is the feelgood space of:
Wei-Hsun Chen

And this is why:

House N, designed by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto, is a living place defined by three boxes with different sizes. The architect not only creates a new boundary between the house and surrounding environment, but also breaks through the conventional layout which usually separates our living place into different rooms. It creates a opportunity to make user’s life infiltrate into the city smoothly due to this in-between space which is created by three boxes and their voids. Unconsciously, the private living space is extended from inside to outside, from a house into a city. The richness of spatial levels is building a free and comfortable atmosphere for a living space.

House N
 

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