Located in Tokyo, Japan, this small home by Mizuishi Architect Atelier, was built on a tiny triangular site(29.07 square meters) along a river. With its small footprint of just 29 square meters, the home makes good use of space for its inhabitants – a couple and their daughter. According to the architects, the structure of the residence includes functionally separate areas. The interior arrangements of this residence are minimalist and tasteful. Wooden accents and splashes of color here and there add a happy tone to the design. [source]
Dining&kitchen/The west side space up the stairs is the largest planar, and has high ceiling with a feeling of rise towards the roof top.
Living/The central space is low ceiling,and has full-opening windows on both sides as a balcony and the bay window that spreads outward with a feeling of floating. Spare room/The east side space in the deepest is a form which is narrowed down to the direction of flow of the river,and is a space watching the light to insert earlier of the abyss.
Loft/The space with two skylights is a space looking down at the river and looking up at the sky.