The subtleties of architecture: Japanese micro-houses

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Japanese architects solve the problem of lack of free space with compact and spacious residential buildings no more than 2.5 meters wide

< p>The lack of free space in the central regions of Japanese cities prompts architects to design houses with a small width – only 2.5 meters. In the Land of the Rising Sun such private buildings are called “Eel's Nest”. In densely populated cities, narrow buildings become the most attractive prospect, rather than a forced measure, thanks to functional and spacious interiors in their own way. Narrow houses have become a new trend in Japanese architecture and have already begun to appear in other countries.

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The owners of the house by the sea live in it only during the holidays. So that the rest of the year their building does not block the sea view to neighbors, the building is designed as transparent as possible.

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