Japanese design firm, Nendo, designed this multi-functional studio home.
Space in Japan comes at a premium. In fact, the value of just the land in Tokyo can sometimes surpass 70% of a home’s total value!
This house transforms depending on what you’re doing inside. Cooking? Time for the kitchen to come out. Getting sleepy? Pull the bed out of the wall. Want to take a shower? Out comes the bathroom.
One giant wall contains each modular unit, and a simple push and pull converts the use of the main room. What a great way to have a full-size, bathroom, kitchen, or bedroom when you only have a single room available. Space-sharing at its finest!
Tokyo House Makes the Most of Single Room Living
Come on in.
Now it’s a dining room!
The kitchen is tucked around the corner.
Living room mode.
These closets hold each module.
Open one up, and you get a bathroom!
There’s even a couple of extra bunk beds.
The drawer house is whatever you want it to be at the time.
Learn more at the Nendo website.