How do you imagine a hut in the forest? The Japanese architect Yoshiaki Nagasaka showed us his idea of how it should look: modern, environmentally friendly and stylish. The home is “a series of contradicting endeavors” that encompass spaces that can be both large, intimate and private and open. There is a living room, dining room, kitchen and traditional Japanese room as a large family area, while the master bedroom and two children’s rooms are at the back for more privacy. The point is that these private areas are covered with sliding plywood grids so they can be opened to the rest of the house if necessary. The interior is simple and modern, welcoming and warm.