63.01° House | Schemata Architecture Office

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This is pretty much what you get when you slice a side/front-gabled house in half and build it in Tokyo. It’s sited exactly 63.01° off the road to provide the interior with more sunlight (and stares of freaky neighbours). It’s supposed to be used as a SOHO (small office/ home office) and will be possible to rent. Can you tell that they went with minimalism on this one? But I don’t think it would be too minimalist for comfort. I’d drag a bunch of my stuff in (curtains) and it would make a perfect little home. What’s impressive is that they built it on such a small piece of land and managed to get a decent home out of it. It looks raw on the inside because it is. And that’s ok because it’s honest. They may have pushed the enevelope a bit with this one though, but you be the judge.

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(via: TreeHugger, photo source: Schemata)

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