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Perfectly a Small House Architecture near River in Tokyo, Japan

October 13, 2011 Architecture  

small house designs by Mizuishi Architect Atelier

Incredible thing if you see small house near river situated in Tokyo, Japan, designed by Mizuishi Architect Atelier. With 29.07 square meters, the small home was constructed on a triangle site and a limited area. Scheme color in residence using natural color at floor (wooden color) and white at wall, placement of large windows in the room adds brightly and clean. Here description from architect : 1. Dining&kitchen/The west side space up the stairs is the largest planarly, and has high ceiling with a feeling of rise towards the roof top. 2. Living room (the central) space is low ceilinged,and has full-opening windows on both sides as a balcony and the bay window that spreads outward with a feeling of floating. 3. Spare room/The east side space in the deepest is a form which is narrowed down to the direction of flow of the river,and is a space watching the light to insert earlier of the abyss. 4. Loft/The space with two skylights is a space looking down at the river and looking up at the sky. This unique house design with by utilizing the limited area and the result is amazing looks.

small house by Mizuishi Architect Atelier

small house plans  Mizuishi Architect Atelier

small house plans by Mizuishi Architect Atelier

small house  Mizuishi Architect Atelier

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small house designs in Tokyo Japan

living room in small house by Mizuishi Architect Atelier

living room in small house Mizuishi Architect Atelier

dining area in small house by Mizuishi Architect Atelier

kids room in small house by Mizuishi Architect Atelier

kids room in small house  Mizuishi Architect Atelier

white bedroom in small house by Mizuishi Architect Atelier

cozy bedroom in small house by Mizuishi Architect Atelier

bathroom in small house

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