The Angular and Super-Compact '63.02 House' in Japan

By: Tinkalicious - Published: Jan 4, 2009 • References: sschemata & trendir
The '63.02 House' is another small home design in Japan. The descriptive name of the project, which describes the angle of the dwelling in relation to the street, is located in Nakana, Tokyo. The angular house by Schemata Architecture is a minimalist, modern home and is only 71.4 square meters in total living space.

While claustrophobia could easily result with such confines of space, the use of floor-to-ceiling windows and sparse interior elements make the best of its compact configuration. The structure, which resembles something like a bookend--or, from one elevation, the back of a huge television--may be short on space, but it is an incredible use of a tiny lot. Stats for Small-Space Architecture Trending: Older & Warm
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