We’ve featured many examples of avant-garde Japanese architecture on Inhabitat, but this daring transparent home is unlike any we’ve seen before. Designed by Yuusuke Karasawa Architects, the S-House is a glazed, split-level home that appears to offer zero privacy to its inhabitants. Located in Saitama, the 104-square-meter house was built with a complex and layered interior design that evokes M.C. Escher’s work ‘Relativity.’