Architects built this strange tiny home on a triangular lot in Japan. Its cost was affordable, but the narrow lot was tricky to build a structure on.
A Very Narrow Lot
As you can see the lot is indeed narrow, but by adding three levels of windows to the home it allowed for natural light to make the space inside feel larger.
A Simple & Modern Approach
Imagine, this tiny home is only 594-square-feet, yet it looks spacious and open! Unusual homes such as this one are common in Japan, because house styles are preferred over longevity due to frequent earthquakes throughout the region.
High Vaulted Ceilings
The home’s vaulted ceilings makes the living space feel much airier and roomier than it actually is.
A Playroom Loft
The loft on the second level under the vaulted ceilings and “steeple” roof, provides a great playroom for kids, but it can also be used as an office or spare bedroom if needed.
The Ground Floor
The first level on the ground is a divided space. I contains a bedroom, living area, and kitchen combined.