To brighten the space and make it feel more open, its designers at Tokyo-based studio Flathouse spread the home’s limited square footage over multiple floors, creating a series of mezzanines that serve dual purposes—as in the miniscule eat-in kitchen. Called the Tsubomi House (tsubomi translates to “flower bud” in English), the house is paneled in plywood, which helps add visual interest and create a sense of space without resorting to white paint.
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