Thursday, March 13, 2008


i don't know if anyone has noticed but i love japanese architects and diminutive houses. 63.02° house by schemata architecture office. [via dezeen.]

63.02° is built on a built‐up area in tokyo. this small building is used as SOHO and an apartment for rent.

this building is cut on the axis line inclined to a front road by 63.02°. the window in this building concentrates there. you can see the intersection by seeing the outside in side of windows. and, one the forward splendid cherry blossoms tree stands. it is only fine sight in this building that is acquired in the cen

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