Located in Japan, Shell House is like a sculptural installation in the woods of Nagano. It is the work of Japanese architect Kotaro. In the minds of our Bulgarian holiday house, which used mostly for weekend getaways seem quite differently. In this case, architectural solution, and very fitting suit us. But what we most liked the closeness to nature. The house is fully furnished with custom furniture that can fill specific curves of this unique house. The original idea was to consist of two pieces of oval section and to function as a holiday home which can be used during the cold winter and wet summer. To achieve this, Kotaro is coming forgoes traditional bunk building timber because it erodes very quickly. Instead, he makes two elliptical reinforced concrete shells to form a conch. The villa fit easily into traditional Japanese landscape, finding a balance between futuristic man-made structures and natural environment that surrounds them. The project took 18 months and the overall completion of the house takes two and a half years.