Japanese architect, Kazuya Morita, created the Concrete-pod; a dome shaped, micro-space hideaway for private and public use. The dome holes connect the indoor with the outdoor environment increasing our sensitivity for deep relaxation and contemplation in nature.Here are two more examples of his work.
Here is the Sakan Shell Structure project from the Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio in Kyoto. It was designed as temporary housing for emergencies but would also work nicely as a working space/garden feature. I like the zipped up sides, an interesting mix of work space and tent, kids will love it and it would look great in many gardens.
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