"Highly transparent architecture"
Since architecture contains a space where people can enter, there are both front and back views. It is so-called appearance and introspection, but it is not clear which is the front or the back, and there is a mismatch between the appearance and the inside, and there are more various appearances than the difference between the outside and the inside, but it is the front or the back. I will think about it.
When you think it's front or back, it's time to confirm the connection on the opposite side. If the faces are connected as they are, even if they are twisted a little, I don't think they are front or back.
Having the opposite side is one of the characteristics of architecture. Even if you have the opposite side, if you can't see either side, you don't have to be aware of whether it is the front side or the back side. With that said, it would be more natural for people to see which is the front or the back, and the other side is the back.
What kind of time is it when you are aware of the existence from the front to the back? When you bring in the outside or the inside, when you are conscious of the back when you look at the front from the outside, it is when you can see the inside, and when you are conscious of the back when you look at the front from the inside, the shape of the space is the appearance as it is. It's time to realize that it may be.
It may be considered that architecture that can be conscious of both front and back is highly transparent.