Architect Tanijiri Makoto of Japanese studio Suppose Design Office has created a monolithic concrete home for himself and his family in Tokyo, featuring dark living spaces that open onto a sheltered terrace.
Suppose Design Office has so far created more than 150 houses, but its founder never believed he would be able to build one for himself due to the extremely high cost of land in central Tokyo.
Makoto was living in rented accommodation in Tokyo when he decided to start looking for an affordable plot in the city on which to build his House T.
Video is by Toha.
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