This Japanese house designed by Mizuishi Architects Atelier is somehow large enough for a family of three. That’s despite it only being 594-square-feet and an abnormally shaped property.
The home was built on a triangle shaped lot. The price for the land was affordable, but it had it’s limitations. Adding three levels of windows gives the illusion of more space using natural lighting.
Could a family really live in here?
Yes, yes they can.
The loft has been converted into a children’s playroom.
The loft-style vaulted ceilings also make the living space seem much more roomier.
The ground floor packs in a bedroom, living area, and kitchen.
The studio bedroom has 2 beds in an open space, giving it a larger feel as there are no walls.
There is a curtain divider for some privacy.
Plenty of kitchen space.
The amenities and sleek design give it a modern feel.
Tell us, would you like to call this place home?
Image Source: Hiroshi Tanigawa
H/T: Tree Hugger
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