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16 January 2019


Restrictions are always there when we design something, and it seems architecture is the same. Pictures below are the miniature mockups which the architect Tsuyoshi Tane had studied for his projects, and they tells us the challenge to fight against space restrictions.


He tried to create attractive space by structuring modules in many ways, horizontally or vertically, outward or inward.


Some ideas look fascinating, although there must be thousands of restrictions ahead when he realizes one of these.


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