Designed by Japan’s Torafu Architects, this massive modern structure of concrete boasts a hard exterior edge, which is accentuated by sharp angles and little detail. But on the inside, this home tells quite a different tale. Located in Yokohama, Japan, this modern single-family, single-storey house has become a local landmark among its more traditional neighbors. It’s characterized by its unusual shape, which features three projections, pointing upward and topped by skylights. Interiors are unexpectedly sleek and contemporary, taking the same odd shape as dictated by the home’s overall form. The result is interior rooms with folded walls and ceilings. Furniture largely consists of build-ins to maximize on every inch of interior living space. Torafu Architects.