H-Orange by Takuro Yamamoto Architects, Tokyo, Japan

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Takuro Yamamoto Architects is a Japanese architectural studio doing business primarilly in Tokyo area. The name of the house is named from an orange wall in the living room that tries and wonderfully hides the stairs going to the second floor where the bathrooms reside. It occupies 115 sq.m. and it was built in 2006. These types of houses could be found in the outskirts of cities though this time H-Orange is in the heart of Tokyo.

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The installation is great providing high callings, a large living room, and at the same time refers to older periods of time like the sixties or seventies. There is an outdoor space in the first floor where the orange wall and living room are. Overall, although the whole house was built rationally there are some twists that make it unique. Enjoy.

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