This angular building may look like a modern art museum, but nope, it’s a dental clinic. Located in a farm village outside of Nagano, Japan, and surrounded by rice fields and peach orchards, it was designed by 39-year-old Hiroki Tanabe
. The concrete plates lining large glass windows are nearly a foot thick, and each shell has small living area for the dentist, clinic, and waiting lounge. Two glass hallways connect the three shells. According to the website, the waiting rooms are spaces free “from anxiety about dental care.” Patients can gaze out onto the farm as they get treatment.