Sixteen Rooms is a minimalist house designed by Japan-based architects Kuno Hiroshi. The architects wanted to focus on the day-to-day activities that would be surrounding the residents outside of eating and sleeping. They wanted to create an environment that would not only be comfortable, but fun and special. As a result, the designers created a home with sixteen rooms that have differing degrees of comfort and atmosphere. The residents could essentially live as nomads within the context of their own home, seeking comfort within, both figuratively and literally.