BASE is a minimal home located in Toyko, Japan, designed by Komada Architects’ Office. The architects are focused on providing even the smallest details for their clients, and strive to exceed their expectations. As a result, their portfolio has a diversified sense of individuality and uniqueness. (10)

Name: BASE

Designer: Komada Architects’ Office

Location: Tokyo, Japan

BASE is a minimal home located in Toyko, Japan, designed by Komada Architects’ Office. The architects are focused on providing even the smallest details for their clients, and strive to exceed their expectations. As a result, their portfolio has a diversified sense of individuality and uniqueness.

BASE is no different in this sense. The clients wanted an office on the first floor, while occupying dwellings for the second and third floors. The entire home is built on a 33 sqm site, which is intimate to say the least. The architects tried to visually expand the space by creating sky windows and an open living area.

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