Y+M design office, an architectural firm headquartered in Kobe, recently completed Demado House in Kanagawa, Japan. Demado (meaning bay window) House understandably gets its name from its characteristically protruding windows.
The structure reminds me a bit of those stress balls that you squeeze in your hand. As you apply pressure, the ball oozes out of the cracks between your fingers creating somewhat random protrusions. The result is certainly entertaining to look at and would be even more entertaining to live in.
You can read my previous post on y+M design office in which I featured Kaidan no ie (Stairs House) back in October 2009. This year Stairs House has been winning all sorts of design and architecture awards left and right.