It has been said that the Japanese love to create tiny things. If you have ever been to the greater Tokyo area, you will know what I mean.
This house might be considered then, to be quite an achievement. The River Side House, as it is known, is a project designed by Mizuishi Architect Atelier, and, according to their site, was built this way due to restrictions on the lot. The tiny home sits on a triangle site, and encompasses an area of a mere 29.07 meters. However, the residence includes a dining & kitchen area, a living space, and even a guest room. High, vaulted ceilings help ensure a feel of openness, and the interior minimalist arrangements only complement that feel. Wooden accents add warmth, and the entire project was priced at about $200,000 (USD).
Would you live in a place like this? We at Pondly were surprised at how open the interior looked!
You can see the architect’s site here (Japanese).