A 1960s New York state home has been dramatically renovated by a Japanese architect.

Japanese architect Ben Ryuki Miyagi, has transformed a 1960s home in upstate New York using an unusual symbolic system to cause a “metamorphosis” of the original building.

We Heart explains:

The renovation employs ‘The Landscape of Geometric Mythology’ and was “designed as if a series of mysterious objects from (an) unknown planet have landed on this peaceful landscape with a story to tell”.

Other structures share space with the villa with names like: the ‘House of Solitude’, ‘Sky Mirror’, and ‘Tower Gate’.

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