venerdì 19 gennaio 2018

Hiroyuki Ogawa Architects :: Shibuya Apartment 402

Hiroyuki Ogawa Architects has renovated a room inside a reinforced-concrete building in Tokyo to create a 34-square-metre studio apartment that can be divided up with sliding wooden screens. Located in a residential area of Tokyo between Shibuya and Daikanyama, the small apartment is separated into two parts by a series of sliding zigzag-patterned screens. One side of the apartment houses a large main living space with a generous ceiling height that could be used as a living room, dining room or bedroom. The other side is occupied by a master bathroom, kitchen and half bathroom, which can all be partially or fully partitioned off from the main space by the sliding screens.

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