House in Nagatoro / CASE-REAL

© Hiroshi Mizusaki

Architects: CASE-REAL
Location: Saitama, Saitama,
Area: 119.0 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Hiroshi Mizusaki

Concave Roof House No.2 / Jun Yashiki & Associates

© Hiroyuki Hirai

Architects: Jun Yashiki & Associates
Location: ,
Architect In Charge: Jun Yashiki
Area: 244.0 sqm
Year: 2011
Photographs: Hiroyuki Hirai

House in Byoubugaura / Takeshi Hosaka

© Koji Fujii / Nacasa&Partners

Architects: Takeshi Hosaka
Location: , Kanagawa, Japan
Structural Engineers : Kenji Nawa
Area: 30.0 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: Koji Fujii / Nacasa&Partners

Glass + Wood / Hamada Design

© Yohei Sasakura

Architects: Hamada Design
Location: Shiga,
Year: 2014
Photographs: Yohei Sasakura

Science Hills Komatsu / Mari Ito + UAO

© Daici Ano

Architects: Mari Ito, UAO
Location: Komatsu, Ishikawa,
Area: 6063.0 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Daici Ano

Love House / Takeshi Hosaka

© Masao Nishikawa

Architects: Takeshi Hosaka
Location: , Kanagawa, Japan
Area: 33.0 sqm
Year: 2005
Photographs: Masao Nishikawa, Koji Fujii / Nacasa&Partners

Design Your Own Home With MUJI’s Prefab Vertical House

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Japanese design brand MUJI has taken a bold step into architectural territory. A few years after a collaboration with Kengo Kuma to design two prefab houses, the company has come forth with a Vertical House in Tokyo. Streamlined and efficient, the home accommodates all the demands of residential living within a small plot of land.

Interior images and more information, after the break.

Detached Floor House / Jun Yashiki & Associates

© Makoto Yoshida / Nikkei Architecture

Architects: Jun Yashiki & Associates
Location: ,
Architect In Charge: Jun Yashiki
Area: 149.0 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Makoto Yoshida / Nikkei Architecture, Hiroyuki Hirai

Dental Clinic in Onomichi / OISHI Masayuki & Associates

© Toshinori Tanaka

Architects: OISHI Masayuki & Associates
Location: , Hiroshima,
Area: 156.0 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: Toshinori Tanaka, Daici Ano

S-House / Yuusuke Karasawa Architects

© Koichi Torimura

Architects: Yuusuke Karasawa Architects
Location: Oomiya, ,
Architect In Charge: Yuusuke Karasawa
Area: 104.0 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Koichi Torimura

N – House / Tsushima Design Studio

© Masao Nishikawa

Architects: Tsushima Design Studio
Location: ,
Year: 2013
Photographs: Masao Nishikawa

House N / Naoya Kitamura Architecture Office

© Takumi Ota

Architects: Naoya Kitamura Architecture Office
Location: , , Japan
Collaborators: KaNeKo Structural Engineers
Area: 114.0 sqm
Year: 2014
Photographs: Takumi Ota

Pine Gallery / Taku Sakaushi (O.F.D.A.)

© Hiroshi Ueda

Architects: Taku Sakaushi (O.F.D.A.)
Location: , Ibaraki,
Architects In Charge: Taku Sakaushi, Hirotoshi Takeuchi
Area: 103.0 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Hiroshi Ueda

Komachi Building / Key Operation

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Architects: Key Operation
Location: , Tokyo,
Architects In Charge: Akira Koyama Structural Engineer, Delta Structural Consultants
Area: 50.0 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Courtesy of Key Operation

Louis Vuitton Matsuya Ginza Facade Renewal / Jun Aoki & Associates

© Daici Ano

Architects: Jun Aoki & Associates
Location: Ginza, Chuo, , Japan
Area: 1475.0 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Daici Ano

Ebisu Town House / Naoya Kawabe Architect & Associates

© Ken’ichi Suzuki

Architects: Naoya Kawabe Architect & Associates
Location: , Tokyo,
Area: 525.0 sqm
Year: 2006
Photographs: Ken’ichi Suzuki

Scape House / FORM | Kouichi Kimura Architects

© Yoshihiro Asada

Architects: FORM | Kouichi Kimura Architects
Location: Shiga,
Area: 137.0 sqm
Year: 2014
Photographs: Yoshihiro Asada

AD Classics: Yokohama International Passenger Terminal / Foreign Office Architects (FOA)

© Satoru Mishima / FOA

The triumphant critical reception of the International Passenger Terminal was the product of inventive architectural methodology and socially conscious thinking. Designed by Foreign Office Architects (FOA) in 1995, the futuristic terminal represented an emergent typology of transportation infrastructure. Its radical, hyper-technological design explored new frontiers of architectural form and simultaneously provoked a powerful discourse on the social responsibility of large-scale projects to enrich shared urban spaces.