In the same vacation complex as the Istanbul cottage we recently showed you, sits the “Tokyo” cottage that hearkens to the country’s ancient architecture, with a pagoda-style roofline. It’s designed to be a romantic retreat for two in Turkey.
The covered front porch is a special place to relax any time of day, and there’s a low-set double bed under a Yin-Yang symbol. The wet bath features striking plaid tiles. What do you think?
Ten small houses where parked just next to a jungle of skyscrapers. It reminded me so much when I was showing and living my tiny house at Bauhaus Campus in Berlin. Same attitude, same dreams but completely different culture. Very interesting.
The inspiration is always the American Tiny House Movement but some aspects are very different: smaller dimensions, lighter structures and very strange trailers. A lot to learn!1
This is the story of a concrete hut tiny house in Tokyo, Japan. The home, nicknamed the Love2 House, was designed by Takeshi Hosaka for a couple. And has just 18-square-meters of space inside, which is approximately 200-square-feet.
One of the first things you’ll notice about it is just how far up the peak of the home goes up – and yes, inside you get to enjoy that vaulted ceilings which make you feel sort of like you’re in a cathedral even though you’re only in a 200-square-foot tiny house. Amazing, right? At the tip-top of the ceiling, yes, you have skylights.
This is a 409 sq. ft. modern tiny house by Studio NOA.
It was designed and built for a couple with no children who needed a home on a small lot in a neighborhood called Sanno in Tokyo, Japan.
From the outside, you’ll see it has a very modern look. When you go inside, you’ll find three levels with a bedroom, basement/storage, loft space, kitchen, bathroom, and more. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
It’s a multi-functional residential home that transforms according to what you’re doing whether it’s cooking, sleeping, entertaining, dining, bathing, or studying.
Everything pulls out of one wall so that just like a drawer, you can pull out and put away whatever you need. It’s a versatile way to deal with the limited amount of space available in places like Tokyo. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
Multi-functional Transforming Drawer House in Tokyo
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