The ISM House by the International Royal Architecture is a miniature all-white home that resembles an ivory arrow. This building is located in Chiba, Japan, and it is built on a resort property near the water.
The exterior of the building is made from fibreglass-reinforced polymer, and this makes the building entirely waterproof. There is an opening down the centre of the building, which reveals an open hallway that splits the home into two separate secions. Skylights illuminate the upper level, and bright lights are placed under the roof on either side to brighten up the patio and yard.
This unusual arrow-shaped building is compact, easy to maintain and is perfect for small families. International Royal Architecture is a Tokyo-based firm that focus on residential architecture.
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- By: Sarah RobsonSep 3, 2012