A beautifully innovative forest home that’s more than meets the eye. See inside this retirement home designed by Tokyo Architect Issei Suma
The Japanese forest home that’s enchanted the design world
You could easily mistake this magical abode for a luxury retreat on Airbnb, but this complex of five teepees is in fact a retirement home called Jikka.
Designed by renowned Japanese architect Issei Suma and located in Japan’s mountainous Shizuoka Prefecture, this conical cluster is home to a pair of ladies in their 60s, a social worker and a cook.
Jikka offers nursing care to people with disabilities and a food delivery service to the elderly. It also contains a range of facilities including a spiral-shaped pool and a spacious stainless steel kitchen.
Check out the gallery for a closer look at the stunning design and striking interior.
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