Really Skinny Houses from Japan

Really skinny lots are common in Japan, and land assembly is difficult. Architects have adapted and produced some really elegant and effective solutions. Eric Morehouse has gathered a number of them together for his site Eye Candy; from left is Lucky Drops by Atelier Tekuto, C house by Jun Aoki, and MOH by Mitsuhiko Sato Architect. Living with less (land, anyways) never looked so good.

A gold mine for future posts at ::Eyecandy

Tags: Architecture | Japan | Less Is More | Living With Less

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