STOCK Architects have come up with a design for a house in Osaka, Japan, that makes the most of a small space, and also meets the needs of a family of four.
The previous building was almost entirely taken down to make room for this new one, however the basic structure was still left in place. The house consists of two storeys with more private rooms for the residences, whereas the very top floor has an open concept to give everyone a bit more space. The main distinction of this house is the segregated areas, which is difficult to do with such a cramped area. However, STOCK Architects managed to make room for separate sections of the house for the family to find some privacy. Photo Credits: designboom, stock-architects.jp
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