Here’s an article that originally appeared in the architectural website magazine HOUZ (www.houz.com.au), written by Kawakami Junko with photography by Tanigawa Hiroshi (both surname first).
The article is about a tiny house built in the shape of a wedge or triangle, set in the sprawl of Tokyo.
I think it's a very cool house. It was designed by Japanese architect Mizuishi Kota of Miszushi Architect Atelier (https://www.houzz.com.au/pro/miz_aa) with structural design created by Ken Nagasaki Engineering Network (http://www.nagasaka.com/).
I have an eye for architecture.
It doesn't mean I know a damn thing about architecture—because I don't. However, my eye does know what I like.
What's cool about it, is that it has a building footprint of a mere 29.1 square meters
If you click on the blue link below, it will take you to the website to read the well-written article.
If you click on the image below, you will be taken to a gallery of the photos of the triangle house.