LUZ Shirokane by Naoya Kawabe Architect & Associates
by Ted Savage / August 29, 2011
Via @designboom, a multi-storey housing complex in densely packed Tokyo, Japan, breaks with convention by assigning tenants an unusually generous amount of common space, configured to encourage community.


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The core communal areas are furnished with tables and seating conducive to group use, and the apartment units feature large windows looking out into these common zones (above). More at Naoya Kawabe Architect & Associates. Photos: Akinobu Kawabe.

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