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Architecture November, 16 2013

Look Inside the Completely Open House T in Tokyo

Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects build House T for a young couple living in the center of Tokyo. The house is completely and dizzyingly open on the inside, with gaping walls whose holes connect the different living spaces. Small rooms projected to the side, accessible via the main bookshelf-staircase and ladders, make a semi-separate floor, adding additional space to the small home. The ceilings — or lack thereof — are framed by thin ledges that seem dangerous to walk on, unprotected by any sort of railing or support structure. Definitely not childsafe.

  1. Photography: Hiroyasu Sakaguchi, Tatsumi Terado
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