Tamaranzaka House by MDS
by Ted Savage / October 4, 2012
Pushing back against the high price of land and building code size restrictions in Tokyo, Japan, Tamaranzaka House by MDS presses usually hidden spaces into service.


Solid concrete on the outside, inside, the warm wood framework is exposed, with sunken sections in the hardwood flooring, unexpected openings between the two storeys and the sky above, and, tucked into a tiny attic area, a cozy loft-like workspace with a birds-eye view of the home below. Via designboom.


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