Tiny Houses have continued to charm and excite imaginations with yet another headline by NPR featured on the Yahoo! homepage. It is obviously that Tiny Houses have an innate charm and spark conversations across the globe about how we live or more specifically, what we live in.
The Japanese have long endured crowded cities and scarce living space, with homes so humble a scornful European official once branded them rabbit hutches.
But in recent years, Japanese architects have turned necessity into virtue, vying to design unorthodox and visually stunning houses on remarkably narrow pieces of land. In the process, they are also redefining the rules of home design.
Few Americans would consider a parking-space-sized lot as an adequate site to build a house. But in Japan, homes are rising on odd parcels of land, some as tiny as 300 square feet.
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