House T is yet another example of the beauty of Japanese architecture. Clean and minimal, there is nevertheless an unusual arrangement of the inner compartments that makes it stand out from similar designs. Like one big shifted box, each of the three floors are strategically located on different levels, creating a dynamic interaction between each room. Hooked by columns that are intersected at the middle of the house three-dimensionally, each floor sports a unique space composition.
Designed by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects, the House T is located in Tokyo, Japan. Although each room is treated like a separate entity, there is an openness that gives the house a loft-like feel. It helps that natural light is filtered into each space, brightened by lamps hung from the topmost ceiling that illuminate House T's bottom floor.
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