Imai House by Katsutoshi Sasaki + Associates

When architect Katsutoshi Sasaki was presented with the challenge of carving out a home for a two-child family in what was ostensibly leftover land, he pivoted. Instead of focusing on the three meter width, he played with length and height to create a light-filled, wood-clad home that used its inherent limitations to its advantages. 

Photo provided by Katsutoshi Sasaki + Associates  Photo 6 of 7 in Minimal Home on a Narrow Plot in Japan