(Pics) Near House: An Ultra Slim Residential Space

(Pics) Near House: An Ultra Slim Residential Space
Design

An alternative housing solution for living in a cramped neighborhood.

Naresh Kumar
  • 20 september 2010

Scarce housing is a problem that ails neighborhoods in all global cities. Mount Fuji Architecture’s Near House is their attempt to solve this problem by building a home that occupies only 25 percent of the size of a standard home. This ultra-thin residential space has two floors with ladder stairs and features wooden shelves, perfect for those aiming to have a minimalist lifestyle in a city.

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