The house, which slows down the aging
Japanese architect Shusaku Arakawa, together with his wife, poet Madeline Gins designed house conceived as an “interactive laboratory”. Located in East Hamptons, near New York City’s prestigious village and it is said that its appearance is different from the environment. Some argue that it because of its unusual design promotes health and slow aging. The authors argue that a strange form of the house makes people use their bodies in unexpected ways, creating balance and stimulating the immune system. House of 255 m² is painted in vibrant colors and 52, except for the walls, do not contain any flat surface. Therefore, the movement in the house is extremely difficult, but all over the interior mounted handrails to make it easier to walk away.