Minimalist house Mishima House, built in one of Tokyo’s district by project of Japanese architectural studio Keiji Ashizawa Design, is a prime example of a new culture of modern improvement of private housing in Japan.
Architecture of the house with balconies and an integrated parking area, is a direct reflection of the surrounding densely built-up and noisy urban environment. The asymmetrical form of the structure effectively allocates it, demanding an ingenious layout of internal space.
Despite the fact that the premises of Mishima House have excellent visual connections with the surrounding landscape, minimalist house provides a greater degree of privacy and comfort.
Intriguing interiors, devoid of the classical concept of comfort, are the living environment of tomorrow, in which the priority are function, light and space.
Metal building elements intentionally left open to achieve a unique visual effect, amplified oblique geometry of the walls and ceilings.
The main protagonist is a living room bookcase full of books. Kitchen, sofa and work area of ??the thoughtful loft space interact visually – tactfully reserving the right to separation. Laconic bedroom and bathroom made into a separate, more intimate room.
The work of authors of the project can be found on the official website of the architectural studio, headquartered in Tokyo: http://www.keijidesign.com/