Spatial composition and a great floor plan are an essential part of having an ideal home life. In this instance, the pair that reside in the ‘houseT’ in Tokyo have an extremely open plan that eliminates much floor and ceiling space.
Creating a truly open plan vertically took the work of Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects, and in turn their design is an interesting solution. The central sector of this 813 square foot home is connected by a column and beams to extend throughout the space, providing four quadrants of space. In turn, slabs of flooring are able to be attached and create the varied living planes throughout the largely vertical open area.