Japanese Home Includes Interior "Tree Houses"

Japanese Home Includes Interior "Tree Houses"

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Tara Bellucci
Mar 23, 2015
(Image credit: Yoshiaki Maezawa via Arch Daily)

How do you keep entertained inside during a long winter? Japanese architect Ryo Yamada built his family this home in Sapporo, an 880-square-foot grid made of beams and pillars. There are currently two "tree houses" in the grid used as playhouses, but more upper-level spaces can be added on his whim.

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