Giant Styrofoam House

Do you think you could live inside this? You Make The Rule is a giant house-like structure designed by Makoto Tanijiri of Suppose Design Office. What makes it special? It’s made completely out of styrofoam. The shelves and compartments that exist in various areas of the structure have seemingly random items that force users to question the material as we know it. Tanijiri does this on purpose, hoping that viewers will create their own rules, not only about the objects, but about the house in general. He hopes that audiences will use their creativity and imagination when exploring his styrofoam structure. From now until January 2012, You Make The Rule will be displayed at the LivingDesign Center Ozone in Japan.


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