Suteki House near Portland, Oregon, was created by world-renowned architect Kengo Kuma to blend seamlessly into the landscape for the ultimate in indoor-outdoor living. This home is the embodiment of simplicity, albeit one where design bows to the flow of space, light, and views. An L-shape in wood and floor-to-ceiling glass over two levels,with a horizontal roof. This form is unconventionally thin, giving an appearance of lightness and weightlessness, while high-performance glass and passive cooling and lighting offer year-round climate control. Built on a triangular plot to nestle into the sloping terrain, with one side facing the street, the other the garden, each of the ground-floor rooms has sliding-door access to the outdoors.