This has to be one of the most unique tiny homes I’ve ever seen. Built on a triangular piece of land in Japan, the home is placed where a river and a road cross. At 594-square-feet, it’s the size of a small apartment, but it feels like a full-sized home with its vaulted ceilings, large windows and three floors!
Architect Kota Mizuishi designed the Riverside House for a family of three and shared the following photos with Reshareworthy.com. The home’s design not only maximizes its unusual lot, it also takes full advantage of its riverside views.
It’s a mini-marvel in design has a wonderfully bright and modern feeling. When you walk through the home with the photos below you’ll see what I mean!
The home is located at the end of one way street. They needed special approval to build on the lot.
The angular home has large bay windows on the second floor overlooking the river.
There are windows on every side of the home, making the interior lovely and bright.
The front entrance has a large sliding bay door.
The bedroom is on the bottom floor.
A large curtain divides the space.
When the curtain is drawn it provides privacy.
Stairs lead to the second floor and main living area.
The kitchen and dining room has a lovely high ceiling.
Next to the dining area is the living room with large bay windows on either side.
The balcony and window-side bench are divided by sliding windows and overlook the river.
There’s also a spare room just off of the living room.
On the third level is a loft space that doubles as a playroom.
The bathroom is very sleek and modern.
At night, the home is cozy and inviting!
These photos were published on Reshareworthy.com with permission from Kota Mizuishi. To see more of Kota Mizuishi’s work visit the MIZUISHI Architect Atelier website.
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