House in Musashisakai by Upsetters Architects

Upsetters Architects inserted a mass of space into a simple two-storied house in Toyko, Japan. Residents can congregate together comfortably as the inner space is divided into two parts: one for the whole family and the other for their daughter to grow up in. The house was created to permit the flexibility of a growing young child who interacts with her family until the day she's ready to move out. The rest of the house contains a parking lot while the large window frames the view through the entrance hall with extra height so residents can enjoy it from the inside.

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