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Mizuishi Architect Atelier's River Side House Looks Super Slim

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: miz-aa & contemporist
Japanese architecture is becoming more and more eccentric by the looks of the River Side House. Of course, the fact that the population is so high greatly affects contemporary designs. It is with increasing popularity that residences are being constructed on unorthodox landscapes and in unique ways. In particular, there have been a slew of super-slim structures like the River Side House popping up not just in Japan, but around the world as well.

Designed by Mizuishi Architect Atelier, the River Side House is located in Horinouchi, Tokyo. As though inspired by its triangle site, the small abode takes on an angular shape that fits the limited area in which it lies. The inside of the River Side House itself is quite open, giving it the impression that it is bigger than it actually is. Stats for Skinny Angular Structures Trending: Older & Warm
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