This house based on a triangular site between a river and a road in Japan is designed by Mizuishi Architects Atelier, which looks very narrow and tiny from the outside, however, talented designer uses visual and space techniques to create considerable space on the inside. The triangular house has two floors, the bedroom on the first floor, the kitchen and living room on the second, and a little family playroom on a mezzanine level accessible by ladder, all around 594-square-foot.
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