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    Japanese house made up of bulky rectilinear base with house-shaped block on top

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    Shuhei Goto uses a 360-degree window to create Floating House

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    "Floating" residence in Japan comprises two volumes separated by a sliver of glass

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    Shuhei Goto uses a 360-degree window to create Floating House

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    Elding Oscarson's Tokyo house features slices of glazing, offering a degree of privacy while also exploiting views of the garden

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    Bands of timber alternate with slices of glazing across the facade of this Tokyo house

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    Swedish studio Elding Oscarson completes Tokyo residence with a striped facade

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    Kitasenzoku Apartment by Tomoyuki Kurokawa Architects

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    Faceted Tokyo apartment building fits into a dense location

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    Tomoyuki Kurokawa completes Tokyo building covered in holes

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    Mixed-used apartment building in Toyko built from reinforced concrete

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    The faceted volume of this concrete mixed-use block in Tokyo is punctured by a series of holes that form windows, balconies and open-air stairwells

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    This two-bedroom family home is small but tall, so that residents can look out and see the foliage of neighbouring Japanese elm trees

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    Compact wooden house by Takeru Shoji Architects stands alongside 200-year-old trees

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    Akasaka Shinichiro uses timber framework for adaptable house

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    Akasaka Shinichiro uses timber framework for adaptable house in Japan

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    Open-plan Japanese house comprises three timber-clad blocks

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    The wooden framework of this Japanese house will allow the owners to adapt the lower floor into a photography studio or children's room

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    Akasaka Shinichiro Atelier uses timber framework to create adaptable house in Japan

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    Named House in Kosai, this Japanese residence is divided up into four simple house-shaped towers to mimic the traditional gabled forms of neighbouring buildings

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    This Japanese house is divided into four towers with adjusted heights

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    House in Kosai, Japan by Shuhei Goto Architects is divided into four house-shaped towers

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    Four gabled towers form House in Kosai by Shuhei Goto Architects

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    Basketball Court House by Koizumi Sekkei

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    Basketball Court House by Koizumi Sekkei

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