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Village on the Building / Naf Architect & Design

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Minato, Japan

E-1 / Naf Architect & Design

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Shinagawa, Japan

House in Minami-tanabe / FujiwaraMuro Architects

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Osaka, Japan

22 Skinny Houses With a Narrow Footprint and a Broad Impact

Skinny houses have a wider appeal than their footprint would suggest. With cities becoming denser, and land becoming rare and expensive, architects are increasingly challenged to design in urban infill spaces previously overlooked. Although designing within these unusual parameters can be difficult, they often require an individual, sensitive response, which can often lead to innovative, playful, even inspiring results. With that in mind, here are 22 houses with a narrow footprint, and a broad impact.

House in Tokushima / FujiwaraMuro Architects

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House Jodai / Kenta Eto atelier

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Bungotakada, Japan
  • Architects: Kenta Eto atelier
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 197.75
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2016

House in Mukainada / FujiwaraMuro Architects

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Court House / KOIZUMISEKKEI

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Shizuoka, Japan
  • Architects: KOIZUMISEKKEI
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 132.01
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2015

House in Shimokawahara / KOIZUMISEKKEI

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Shizuoka, Japan
  • Architects: KOIZUMISEKKEI
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 166.08
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2013

Makoto Tanijiri on Architectural Education and “Japanese-ness” in Design

At just 42 years old, Makoto Tanijiri and the office he founded in 2000, Suppose Design Office, have emerged as one of Japan's most prolific medium-sized architecture and design firms. However, Tanijiri's path to success was somewhat different to the route taken by his contemporaries. In this interview, the latest in Ebrahim Abdoh's series of “Japan's New Masters,” Tanijiri discusses the role that education plays in a successful career and his work's relation to the rest of Japanese architecture.

Ebrahim Abdoh: What was your earliest memory of wanting to be an architect?

Makoto Tanijiri: When I was about 5 years old. Of course at that age I did not know the word “architect” or “architecture,” all I remember was how small our house was, and all the things I didn’t like about it. Back then, my dream was to be a carpenter, so that I could build my own house and live on my own.

<a href='http://www.archdaily.com/192453/house-in-seya-suppose-design-office'>House in Seya</a>. Image Courtesy of Suppose Design Office <a href='http://www.archdaily.com/161689/52-suppose-design-office'>52</a>. Image © Toshiyuki Yano <a href='http://www.archdaily.com/458511/house-in-tousuien-suppose-design-office'>House in Tousuien</a>. Image © Toshiyuki Yano <a href='http://www.archdaily.com/50421/karis-suppose-design-office'>Karis</a>. Image © Toshiyuki Yano + 17

Office in Tokushima / OHArchitecture

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Itano District, Japan
  • Architects: OHArchitecture
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 415.64
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2016

OJI House / Kenta Eto Atelier Architects

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Oita, Japan

TRAYS / Naf Architect & Design

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Sagamihara, Japan

House in Nishinokyo / OHArchitecture

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Nakagyo Ward, Japan

8 Creative Ways to Integrate Parking into Residential Design

Most residential projects must include parking spaces, but only few cases are notably innovative. Your vehicle's resting place can be more than just a required space; it may even become the backbone of the design itself. 

The integration of parking, interior spaces and facades can deliver extremely intriguing and unique results.

Here we present 8 cases in which the humble parking space has assumed a main role in the design, while integrating new functions such as exhibition spaces, or structural features and versatile technology.

House in Anjo / Suppose Design Office

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Anjo, Japan

U House / KIAS

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Chiba, Japan
  • Architects: KIAS
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 190.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2015

Shinkoji Temple / Mamiya Shinichi Design Studio

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