This Tiny House Seems Weird From The Outside, But When You Step Inside? WHOA!
This Japanese house designed by the brilliant architects at Mizuishi Architects Atelier fits a family of three in a 594-square-foot home on an abnormally shaped property. The house was constructed on a tiny triangular shaped lot. The price for the lot was affordable, but possessed major building limitations. Followers of the Tiny House Movement would freely let you know that a little space doesn’t mean an absence of alternatives and possible designs for a suitable abode. Indeed, some small houses can be more remarkable than some gigantic chateaus. According to a study reported by the Guardian, quirky homes like these are more common in Japan because homeowners and architects can afford to build homes that may fade out of style. Homes are built more for style than longevity because of the frequency of earthquakes. Building codes get updated nearly every ten years and, as it stands right now, it is actually cheaper for many families to rebuild than to restructure. Could a family really live in a space this narrow? Watch below the video to find out the architecture and how a family lives in this little triangular house.