A kindergarten Okazaki, Japan, Clover House is named for its previous life. Originally a 1,100-square-foot residence in a traditional Japanese style, the structure was transformed by MAD Architects in a sculptural example of adaptive reuse wrapped in asphalt shingles. The windows were oriented to bring sunlight and shadow into the space in dynamic ways.

Picture by Koji Fuji
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