House of Quarts is an architecture imagined as a crystallization of all lively energies. It shines, reflects, and magnifies the worldly phenomenons to channel their frequencies and amplify. It is solid and porous and acts as a skeletal base for all life forms. The spaces are imagined as anti-gravitational to be free from modern typologies. The building is a low-tech architecture and a mixed-use building with various unit configurations but essentially does not distinguish life/work/play. The windows rotate 360 degrees, conceived as the lens to view the surrounding environment and conceived as a lens to view the surrounding environment and reflect and observe our inner beings.
Structural Engineering: Takeshi Suzuki
Photography: Kouichi Torimura