A Narrow Vertical House in Japan

September 24, 2013 | in Architecture

Certainly, Japanese people have their own tastes in terms of architecture. A good example of this can be an unbelievably narrow house, the verticality of which is the basis of the concept.

The Japanese company Apollo Architects has designed and built a unique house for a young family of two. Look at how they were able to efficiently save space. Such projects can only provoke admiration for their minimalism and simplicity.

A Narrow Vertical House in Japan

A Narrow Vertical House in Japan

There was used a lot of wood on the inside, but on the outside it was sheathed with brown galvanized steel sheets to make it fit into the overall ensemble.

A Narrow Vertical House in Japan

The first floor includes a living room and a bathroom.

A Narrow Vertical House in Japan

On the second floor there’s a kitchen and a dining room, separated by contrasting color features.

A Narrow Vertical House in Japan

A Narrow Vertical House in Japan

A Narrow Vertical House in Japan

A Narrow Vertical House in Japan

A Narrow Vertical House in Japan

A Narrow Vertical House in Japan

A Narrow Vertical House in Japan

The third floor constitutes the bedroom and a staircase to an open terrace on the roof.

A Narrow Vertical House in Japan

A Narrow Vertical House in Japan

A Narrow Vertical House in Japan

A Narrow Vertical House in Japan

A Narrow Vertical House in Japan

A Narrow Vertical House in Japan

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