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.

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.

honeycomb apartments / slovenia

honeycomb apartments / slovenia

Omotesando, Tokyo, Japan

Omotesando, Tokyo, Japan

Pierre Cardin Bubble House

Pierre Cardin Bubble House

東京国際フォーラム(東京) Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo, Japan

東京国際フォーラム(東京) Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo, Japan

Pod living....... 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.....

Pod living....... 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.....

三鷹天命反転住宅 In Memory of Helen Keller

三鷹天命反転住宅 In Memory of Helen Keller

Apartments - Japan

Apartments - Japan

I love this. S-House by Yuusuke Karasawa. The architect used an Escher-inspired algorithm to compute optimal living space. I'd move here in a heartbeat. :D

I love this. S-House by Yuusuke Karasawa. The architect used an Escher-inspired algorithm to compute optimal living space. I'd move here in a heartbeat. :D

Tatami room, deck, and garden space in a traditional Japanese house.

Tatami room, deck, and garden space in a traditional Japanese house.

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