Soundproof Home Constructed From Glass Bricks [Pics]
Japanese design incorporates a wall designed to allow natural light in while keeping street noise out.
Designing residential spaces for urban living faces many challenges. Most notably is the problem of controlling natural sunlight and noise levels from nearby streets. Japanese architecture firm Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP designed the Optical Glass House in Hiroshima that presents a unique solution to this well-trotted design problem.
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