The unique design of this apartment (located in Kanagawa, Japan and completed in March, 2014) is based on an open space concept. An existing load-bearing wall lives in the middle of the unit so the bedroom and walk-in closet reside on either side. The windows form into an L-shape that create a flow of light and air throughout the home. Instead of creating separate rooms for the kitchen and bathroom areas, Sinato Architects continued the open space concept by designing them within the open areas.
Although there is no "closed off" sections in the home, every space is designated and defined. By keeping the interior neutral and minimal, the home feels clean and fresh.
Not too shabby for a dwelling inside a 26-year-old apartment complex.