The most recent work from New York based designers Arakawa and Gin, Reversible Destiny Lofts is an unusual apartment block based in Mitaka, Tokyo. They are eye-catching brightly painted lofts that look like a McDonald's play ground through the eyes of someone on LSD. The architecture looks like the aftermath of a size 3 earthquake, a little shaken and lopsided. The price? US$750,000 each.
Meet the Artist Behind Those Amazing, Hand-Knitted Playgrounds
Crochet Playgrounds by Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam (with engineers TIS & Partners and landscape architects Takano Landscape Planning), Japan
本棚、階段、滑り台が融合した家 (via A Library Slide by Moon Hoon | Colossal)
Incheon Children Science Museum | Haeahn Architecture | Photo: Park Youngchae | Archinect
Meanwhile... in Tokyo, Japan
Teacup Balconies in Tokyo, Japan | by lenora
Pierre Cardin Bubble House
thinking outside the box
Not accidental in the least. I thought of this first by the way. Or at least Pyewackett did. Or Joe Hockey. Or someone.
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