The 'Kodaira-Shi' Residence in Tokyo Provides Privacy Through Screens

 - Aug 20, 2011
References: suppose.jp & letmebeinspired
Privacy is something that many homeowners yearn for -- even in the city, which is what the 'Kodaira-Shi' Residence hopes to provide. This special design was created by Makoto Tanijiri from the architectural firm Suppose Design Office.

The 'Kodaira-Shi' Residence attempts to solve the problem of finding privacy in Tokyo through the creation of a tarp-like covering that allows users to enjoy the outdoors in simulated solitude. This two-floor residence is sure to please its city-escaping owners.

Implications - While many consumers find themselves needing to be located in the city due to their careers, the yearning for the solitude of country living still exists. Products or services that can be used in fast-paced urban lives to make consumers feel the comforts of the country will undoubtedly remain popular.