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Split Machiya is a design solution by Japanese architect's Atelier Bow-Wow in response to the need for two homes on one small building plot (27 square metres) in Shinjuku, Tokyo. The structures are positioned as mirror opposites within the confined site and allow for a considered courtyard garden..

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Atelier Bow-Wow

Tokyo, Japan
est. 1992, Tokyo

Atelier Bow-Wow is a Tokyo-based architecture firm, founded in 1992 by Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kajima. The firm is well known for its domestic and cultural architecture and its research exploring the urban conditions of micro, ad-hoc architecture.

Yoshiharu Tsukamoto was born in..

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Mini House

Tokyo, Japan
by Atelier Bow-Wow

Mini House, designed by Atelier Bow-Wow, is located in Nerima-ku, Tokyo, a dense residential suburb, on a small site of 77 square meters. The house covers only 41 square meters of the site but has a total floor area of 90 square meters over two and a half floors.

The design draws on Atelier..

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Bridge House

Adelaide, Australia
by Max Pritchard

Bridge House is located one hour’s drive from Adelaide. The property has dense, natural forests with a bend in the winter creek that divides the property, which creates a waterhole bounded by a high rocky bank. A house was required that would allow appreciation of the site without spoiling its..

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Small House was designed by Unemori Architects on a small plot of land in central Tokyo. The building was designed for a family and despite the small plot of land (35sqm) the building area only takes up approximately half of the space on the site (17sqm). Another different attribute the..

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Relfection of Mineral House is located near the center of Tokyo and was designed by Atelier Tekuto. It is a small 44m2 corner plot bounded by two streets. Conforming to legal conditions and in response to the client’s wish for a ‘roofed garage’ the volume was trimmed from various directions...

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