The objective of the design was to marry the narrow north facing frontage with numerous north penetrating windows. These windows bring in natural light ventilation throughout the length of the upper level of the building.
To achieve this goal the architect has strived to maintain the volume of the building in five equal bays. These bays are separated with north facing saw tooth roof windows which help the entire house to be naturally lit.
Though small that only two or four people can stay at the retreat at a time it may be seen as a combination of comfort and luxury. The retreat comprises all cool comforts and luxury – be in the kitchen or in other living areas.
Contrasting colors and a blend of traditional wood fences surrounding the property and modern sleek design lines make the Lily Street House an inviting family home. The Room Room House is a small but beautiful home situated in a densely populated area of Tokyo in Japan.
Dark on the outside the residence displays a bright calm and modern collection of interior spaces that makes the whole structure seem like a surprising bunker of comfort with plenty of sunlight coming from large floor-to-ceiling windows.