From Japan's Junpei Nousaku Arhcitects comes this this single family residence in Tokyo. Rather than treat the home as a refuge from the neighborhood, the designers sought to embrace the streetscape around them. Something akin to living in a storefront, the living area sits intimately faces the street, separated only by broad planes of glass. While small in footprint, the home's height and its semi-enclosed loft spaces allow for the feeling of voluminous space. More at Design Boom.
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
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