Headed by Katsuhiro Miyamoto of Katsuhiro Miyamoto & Associates, the Clover house, which is located in Nishinomiya, Hyogo, Japan is definitely a design marvel in home architecture. The house features 16ft high ceilings, a cloverleaf shaped hall as a common family space, a flat glass box layer, spacious kitchen and bathroom areas, and more. All this was constructed with the family in mind, as the clover shape extends from the main living floor (the basement) all the way to the loft area (the first floor). Building features of the house include steel plates, calcium silicate boar, mortar, polyvinyl chloride flooring sheet, reinforced concrete, and steel frames. Not much different from other house materials, but this home definitely projects a truly unique and cool style for any lucky family. Check out more pics after the jump.