Metaverse space “Hokkaido Rock House” by Sou Fujimoto unveiled


We are grateful to announce the release of “Hokkaido Rock House,” a metaverse space created in collaboration with architect Sousuke Fujimoto. The “Hokkaido Rock House” is a virtual space that reproduces the architecture that Mr. Fujimoto envisioned in his own free spirit, with wooden furniture from CondeHouse. The setting is a condominium in the Daisetsuzan mountain range overlooking Asahikawa. A dynamic architecture was born that only be created virtually. Please enjoy the experience of spending a comfortable life in the natural space of Daisetsuzan.


The “Hokkaido Rock House” is designed to welcome visitors with seasonal views. It consists of the main “ROCK HOUSE” and a separate long-term condominium building. ROCK HOUSE is an architectural space that blends with nature by dynamically incorporating rocks, trees, and water. The reception area, lounge, restaurant, and other facilities are located within this space. Each condominium is designed with a glass-walled pool overlooking the natural beauty of Hokkaido. The two concepts of LINEAR HOUSE and DOUBLE HEIGHT HOUSE can be viewed.



The Concept of Hokkaido Rock House

Inspired by the nature of Hokkaido, where CondeHouse is based and I was born and raised, I conceived of an architecture in which nature and manmade objects resonate beautifully together. It is like a primordial world, but at the same time, it is a landscape that somehow evokes the future. The strength of the cave echoes with the lightness and delicacy of the building, and the elegant wooden furniture by CondeHouse harmonizes with it. I think we have created a building that symbolizes the relationship between nature and us, living together, sometimes facing each other and sometimes as one.

(c) David Vintiner

Sou Fujimoto / 藤本 壮介

Sou Fujimoto was born in Hokkaido, Japan in 1971. After graduating from the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, University of Tokyo, he established Sou Fujimoto Architects in 2000, which won the Grand Prize at the Montpellier International Design Competition (L’Arbre Blanc) in France in 2014, followed by the Grand Prize at international design competitions in Europe in 2015, 2017, and 2018. In Japan, he was selected as the Master Architect for the Kodaira Campus Master Plan Development Project at Tsuda College in 2019, and was appointed as the Association Secretariat Venue Design Producer for the 2025 Japan International Expo in 2020; in 2021, he was the best designer for the basic and execution design of the Oita Airport Marine Access Passenger Terminal Construction Project In 2021, he was selected as the best designer for the basic and execution design of the Oita Airport Marine Access Passenger Terminal and the Hida Takayama University Campus (tentative name). Major works include Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2013 (2013), House NA (2011), Musashino Art University Museum & Library (2010), and House N (2008) in London.

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The “Hokkaido Rock House” can be viewed on your computer or smartphone. Each building has a viewpoint, offering a 360° panoramic view.

Contents are available in Japanese, English, and Chinese. Each product placed on the site links to a product introduction page, where you can view product details.

A video is available in Japanese, English, and Chinese audio with an avatar concierge explaining the interior concept and introduction of CondeHouse.

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