Small Abstract-Style House in Tokyo That Breaks Design Rules

abstract tokyo houseThis house is a great example of how you can use a small piece of land to build a really fascinating piece of architecture. The project called “Reflection of Mineral”, belongs to a Japanese architect Yasuhiro Yamashi from Atelier Tekuto. Located not far from the heart of Tokyo, the contemporary 480 sq ft (44 sq m) residence arguably breaks architecture rules.

The astounding abstract shape was designed very efficiently, making use of the little space. Every angle of site brings with it a different view. The interior’s original shapes and dimensions are determined by the exterior and the planning had to be done accordingly. Just check out the pictures below yourself.

abstract tokyo house

abstract tokyo house

abstract tokyo house

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