Jumpstart Your Day: A Unique Japanese Home
This space highlights a one-of-a-kind structure and well-designed interiors
We don't often see houses with this kind of structure. Looking at this home by Mizuishi Architects will leave you with questions such as -- how can they fit all rooms inside when it looks so narrow from the outside? See more photos below and discover how this tiny home works.
The house look a bit awkward especially the extra space that seem to "hang." The overhang adds an extra square footage as well as serves as protection for a parking spot.
Skylights and a high ceiling give the space an airy and spacious look. The huge windows let plenty of natural light in. Shelves and boxes stored within the furniture provide ample storage.
The home highlights a clean and modern design which makes it cozy and inviting. To make the most of the small space, the upper level also serves as the play area for the owners' little girl.