Monolithic Tokyo-Based Home Maximizes on City Space

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We all know Tokyo is on the rise as being one of the most popular megacities in the world. Japanese architecture is a big key to reason why the city is one of the most valued in terms of real estate. Japanese design firm A.L.X. Junichi Sampeidesigned this minimal angular house in a suburb in Tokyo.

Three stories high, concrete walls, oblique glass windows, abstract stair casing, colored in concrete grey which gives off a cold, modern feel.

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The house has an open structures which extends into various other parts of the house. The kitchen, bathroom and living room shares the same cold yet contemporary feel mentioned earlier.

Designboom has more looks, so head over there after you check out the pics below.

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