It’s a fact that space has become a high priced commodity but when you say Tokyo, it’s even worse. A very good example is the latest project by Sou Fujimoto Architects, the House H. Meant as a way to perfectly balance volumes, spaces and light, the house follows on the Japanese minimalism with white walls and open spaces that give the idea of “large”. With a small pool at the ground floor, staircases that take you to the top terrace (which by the way, it’s not that safe for kids) and a transparent theme flowing everywhere, there is something about House H that gets the eye, even though it puts your privacy in jeopardy. Amazing!
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