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  • Caitlyn K.

    Apartment building in Tokyo, Japan. These houses are so cute!! :D

  • G Taylor

    Reversible Destiny Lofts - Tokyo - Japan - 2005 - Shusaku Arakawa and his creative partner, poet Madeline Gins - Small apartments complex built in 2005 in the Tokyo suburb of Mitaka, by New York-based Japanese artist Shusaku Arakawa and his creative partner, poet Madeline Gins, that is anything but comfortable and calming. "People, particularly old people, shouldn't relax and sit back to help them decline", he insists.

  • Niclas Cederlund

    More colors and shapes to the houses! (didn't quite fancy this one though, but architecture should not always be clean and stylish, it shall be happy and playful too) Mitaka section of Tokyo, Japan.

  • Judy Estes

    Mitaka section of Tokyo, Japan. Love this! Have seen many pics of multi-colored dwellings, but this one is so unique with some of them being ellipse shaped instead of all just squares or rectangles. Looks like fun place to live.

  • B Bartholomew

    Reversible Destiny Lofts by Architectural Body Research Foundation in Tokyo, Japan

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Reversible Destiny Lofts - Tokyo - Japan - 2005 - Shusaku Arakawa and his creative partner, poet Madeline Gins - Small apartments complex built in 2005 in the Tokyo suburb of Mitaka, by New York-based Japanese artist Shusaku Arakawa and his creative partner, poet Madeline Gins, that is anything but comfortable and calming. "People, particularly old people, shouldn't relax and sit back to help them decline", he insists.

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