Todoroki Valley, Tokyo, plays home to this incredibly innovative wall-less build from Fujiwalabo Architects. Continuing a reoccurring theme in Japanese architecture, the line between outdoors and indoors is blurred in this well-populated Suburban area, a design created to take in greenery on all sides of the build. Untreated wood and glass give the modular home an almost unfinished, raw feel in keeping with its residents restrained approach to interiors. The lack of concrete divides allows light to flood in across the entire space, the open layout, balanced out with few private spaces, centers around a large wooden staircase which doubles as storage and provides a focus for the entire house. We’re ready to move in. Take the tour in our gallery.