The House in Hiyoshi by Enjoy And Architecture firm makes the most out of a small space. This compact abode was created by EANA team Kohei Iwasaki and Tota Abe.
Located in the heart of Yokohama City, Kanagawa, Japan
, this milk-carton inspired structure features a small square footage that is enhanced with sophisticated space planning and a clean design concept.
The urban House in Hiyoshi features an open all-white interior with large windows that allow for natural light penetration. This modern and sustainable architecture piece embraces compact living and a 'less is more' motto. The structure's simplistic facade complements its open concept interior that boasts drywall and glass construction along with natural wood finishes that are reminiscent of its surrounding topography.
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