house to catch the mountain

recently completed by tokyo-based tezuka architects, 'house to catch the mountain' is a two-storey residence positioned at the base 
of a foothill in kamakura, japan. comprising the facade, a line of glass doors may be slid outward and stacked together at 
opposing ends of the building footprint, entirely eliminating a perimeter enclosure and exposing the unified living and dining area 
to the outdoors.

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