63.02° Nakano Tokyo

July 12, 2010

Because of either density of the city or pricey land cost,  small land plot is a common problem to build a house in any metropolis.

Someone said that creativity is come up by constraint ~

63.02°, built in a densely residential area in Nakano, Tokyo, is a small building of a SOHO and an apartment for rent. The front road is really narrow, but the next apartment has a big open space between the road and the building. In order to this situation, the facade of 63.02° is inclined 63.02 degrees toward the front road, so that a wide and deep view is acquired. From the large windows that are opened on the inclined facade, you can see neighbor’s cherry tree and the cityscape.

As a interior designer or  architect designer designing small space is a real challenge. Over here we can see  how the architect demostrate the use of small space. It certainly is an eyes opening for us to learn. I also like the full glass panels which allow light to come in. It is a good example of a modern design living

source: http://julianinterior.com/2009/01/6302%C2%B0-nakano-tokyo-by-sschematacom/


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