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Tiny and Cozy Home in a Geodesic Dome

The Berlin-based publication Freunde von Freunden recently posted an interview with Japanese photographer Mikio Hasui. Here, we share a few images from his tiny, domed home in Chino, Nagano, Japan.

"I was looking into dome homes built by a company called Bess," Hasui tells FvF. "Dome homes are strong and can withstand storms and natural disasters, and the space inside is such a unique shape and works well for sound."
"I was looking into dome homes built by a company called Bess," Hasui tells FvF. "Dome homes are strong and can withstand storms and natural disasters, and the space inside is such a unique shape and works well for sound."
"It was always my dream to own my own audio set-up, and in my 50s – when I was finally able to build my own home – that audio dream came true," Hasui says.
"It was always my dream to own my own audio set-up, and in my 50s – when I was finally able to build my own home – that audio dream came true," Hasui says.
"I won’t take the job if I can’t be real with myself in order to get it done," Hasui says.
"I won’t take the job if I can’t be real with myself in order to get it done," Hasui says.
"The reason I shoot nature is, when you go into the woods it’s refreshing to everyone," Hasui says. "It’s programmed in our DNA to love nature and to protect nature."
"The reason I shoot nature is, when you go into the woods it’s refreshing to everyone," Hasui says. "It’s programmed in our DNA to love nature and to protect nature."