This 1,023 square foot Japanese residence is a deceptively small house. At first glance this home could be mistaken for a compact apartment building but is in reality a two-story multi-generational family home.
Designed by Masatoshi Shikada and Kaoru Kuzukawa of a.a.+ H, this deceptively small house can be found in Tochigi Prefecture in the Kantō region on the island of Honshū, Japan. The many windows and airy colouring help the deceptively small house feel as roomy on the inside as it looks from the outside.
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