What's Behind That Wall?


Images: Mitsumasa Fujitsuka

It is in a lovely little 800 square foot house in Tokyo by Teruo Miyahara.

When you open it all up you get storage and access to another room. Another way to make a small space seem so neat and ordered.

The stair is elegant, although once again I wonder how they get away with such handrails that any child can fall through.

The exterior, proving once again that you can have single family houses at reasonable density, necessary for good walkable communities. More on the HH house, via What we do is secret

Tags: Architects | Japan | Living With Less

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