The Handy Room is a space in Tokyo no larger than 50 square meters. ON Design has managed to turn this area into a fully functional space that even families can enjoy, although it will be a bit cramped.
The house makes the most of the furniture, as everything has been put in a place that will help provide certain divides for the various functions needed. The front area of the place is left quite open so that the owners can enjoy the view from the floor to ceiling window, with a bricked-off section towards the back for the kid's beds. The dining room table is set in the middle of the room, and more space for bedding has been set towards the back of the abode.
Photo Credits: designboom, ondesign.co.jp
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