Modern Japanese Microhouse with an Interior Bridge

Modern Japanese Microhouse with an Interior Bridge

28 November, 2013  |  Exterior, House Interior

Small metal boxes of varying sizes have been stacked to create an interesting minimalist microhouse in Aisha, Japan. Here lives a youthful family of four, who requested a communal living space that would easily allow them to eat, relax and converse together. Design firm Tetsuo Kondo Architects made the most of the restricted floor space by designing a flight of stairs that run almost perpendicularly at points, and change directions at others. These white, metal steps could easily be mistaken for a funky conceptual bridge. Cut outs and high windows also heighten the open air spaces within this Japanese home, which enables its occupants to communicate from opposite floors and rooms. Although the property doesn’t come with much square footage, its owners are quite pleased with its layout.

modern two storey house

white exterior

modern home design

high ceilings in the interior

unusual white interior

white color in the interior

modern interior design

Decoration of open space

modern interior

Living and dining room

unusual interior home

house plan


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