minimalistic tiny tokyo apartment by hiroyuki ogawa architects

Minimalistic Tiny Tokyo Apartment by Hiroyuki Ogawa Architects

Japanese Studio Hiroyuki Ogawa Architects recently renovated a room inside a reinforced-concrete building in Tokyo to create a 34-square-metre studio apartment that can be divided up with sliding wooden screens. The serene ambiance of the Shibuya Apartment 402 is a breath of fresh air and calm, compared to the fast-paced world that awaits outside.

minimalistic tiny tokyo apartment by hiroyuki ogawa architects

minimalistic tiny tokyo apartment by hiroyuki ogawa architects

minimalistic tiny tokyo apartment by hiroyuki ogawa architects

minimalistic tiny tokyo apartment by hiroyuki ogawa architects

minimalistic tiny tokyo apartment by hiroyuki ogawa architects

minimalistic tiny tokyo apartment by hiroyuki ogawa architects

minimalistic tiny tokyo apartment by hiroyuki ogawa architects

minimalistic tiny tokyo apartment by hiroyuki ogawa architects

minimalistic tiny tokyo apartment by hiroyuki ogawa architects

minimalistic tiny tokyo apartment by hiroyuki ogawa architects

Photography by Kaku Ohtaki

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