Located in Thailand, architecture firm Shinichi Ogawa & Associates have designed the widest house in the world. The bottom floor contains a glazed spa and fitness room in the east end, followed by six large bedrooms which each have their own bathrooms and living areas. Along the northern edge of the bottom floor is an interior corridor which connects the rooms.
Above the bedrooms are a 40m long pool and a deck terrace covered with sand, which offers panoramic views of the surroundings. Also on the terrace is a 6m high cube-shaped formal living and dining area, which acts as the central space of the house. The large width of the house proves to be a unique concept, which the Japanese firm has pulled off cleanly and effectively.
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