Yasutaka Yoshimura's Window House redefines the way one would desig for a small space. The Japanese architect creates an elegant, seaside home that is located in the heart of Kanagawa. Measuring 10' by 26' in size, the tiny residence boasts incredible views of Sagami Bay and is made using a mix of glass and wood elements. The home is raised on posts, like many seaside homes in the surrounding area.
Window House is a single-room space that was designed for a client who wished to use it as a weekend home. Though boasting an incredibly small space as its interior, this home provides stunning views of its surrounding neighbourhood thanks to its double windows that give the abode a "see-through" look.
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