The Japanese architecture studio Kazunori Fujimoto Architect & Associates created in the town of Nasua in Japan a weekend house which resembles a miniature castle but not with its exterior but with its functionality. The house is surrounded by high concrete walls which provide privacy to the owners who can rest in the courtyard located in between the two different spaces. One room functions as a living room, dining room and a kitchen as well. This building was created with the aim to offer relaxing space with a tinge of luxury. The complex of two buildings separated by a courtyard was projected with the sense of tidiness and cleanness of shapes to support the spiritual atmosphere of Japan.
Source and photographs: blog.gessato.com.