Inspired by the Bonbori - a traditional Japanese lamp made from paper and stratech over a wooden frame - the Lucky Drops house in Tokyo is ten feet wide at...

Inspired by the Bonbori – a traditional Japanese lamp made from paper and stratech over a wooden frame – the Lucky Drops house in Tokyo is ten feet wide at its front and 2.5 feet wide at its rear. The architects, Atelier Tekuto, used translucent fibre-grall for its walls and grating for the interior floors to allow each floor (including basement) to receive plenty of light.

<via Dwell Magazine>

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