Tsuchihashi House is a minimalist home located in Tokyo, Japan, and designed by Kazuyo Sejima. The residence sits atop a small 775 sqf site, and has a transparent lower level to allow an abundance of natural light to enter the space. Each level is separated by use: the living space in the basement, the kitchen and dining room on the ground floor, and the bedrooms on the upper floors.
The dwelling also has a rooftop terrace which provides access to sunlight and fresh air. The stairs are situated parallel to each other and around a square configuration. This allows the space to be maximized while efficiently connecting all of the floors together. As a result, the skylight can be viewed from the basement level, all the way to the top floor.
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