This is a look at the tiny house festival in Tokyo thanks to Leonardo Di Chiara.
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
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Tiny House Festival in Tokyo w/ Leonardo Di Chiara
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really liked the mix. Its always interesting to see what people in other countries are doing, especially Japan, which was doing some very interesting houses on very tiny plots of land.