With this house located in the city of Mito in Japan, Naoki Soeda offers us an aesthetic of the unfinished.

Mito-I is a family home of 145 2 square meters and levels. A concrete cuboid containing outdoor spaces left empty, the walls that seem awaiting a future roof, a raw concrete facade and some large windows without windows, such as unanswered. As if the site had frozen in time, unfinished.

To learn more by Naoki Soeda, it's here.

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