07/24/2013 03:36 pm ET

The N.A. House In Tokyo Appears To Float Weightlessly In Mid-Air (VIDEO)

If you're into minimalism, The House N.A. (named after its owners) in Tokyo, Japan will be right up your alley. Featured on HGTV's "Extreme Homes," this steel, wood and glass structure appears almost weightless due to its 64 panels of glass, extremely thin posts and all-white palette.

Designed by Sou Fugimoto Architects , the home's 592 square feet are divided onto 21 small levels, each ranging from 21 to 80 square feet and connected by steps and ladders. Between all of the glass, stairs and platforms without any railings, we can't imagine what it would be like to come home a little tipsy...

Watch the video above to learn more about the home and click through photos of another unusual home below.

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