Architecture in Tokyo is, well, different. In a city with over 13 million people, Japanese architects are able to transform a space the size of a parking spot into an incredible home. How do they do this?  By eliminating “unnecessary” features such as hallways, entryways, closets, and inner walls. Curtains separate bathrooms, and furniture folds in and out of walls. Sounds like a minimalists’ dream.

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