This faceted metal constructing occupying a floor of solely forty seven sq. meters is greater than sufficient for the dwelling wants of a household in Osaka prefecture, Japan. Developed by Japanese studio Fujiwaramuro Architects, the house has an unique exterior form, one which appears to comply with the contours of the roads. A sloping roof visually contrasts the curving strains of the lateral partitions. The general look of the residence pays tribute to its industrial character of the neighborhood.
The floor flooring accommodates the primary entry, a music room for the spouse who’s a gospel teacher, and a toilet on the best way to the second story housing the dwelling, eating rooms and kitchen. The eating space is the bottom of all, but presents panoramic views of the neighborhood rooftops. The third flooring accommodates the youngsters’s and main bedroom, with entry in the direction of a terrace. Would you personally characterize this place as “homey”?