Gallery: House H: Y Beams, Hanging Floors and Irregular Cutouts Transfo...

With a footprint of just 64 square meters, this freshly renovated home in a residential area outside of Tokyo received an extraordinary makeover from Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects. Known for naming his houses in accordance with the English alphabet, the Japanese designer turns blank spaces into contemporary works of art. This is particularly true of House H, which was originally built in the 1960s. Hit the jump to learn how Shinozaki executed this fantastic renovation and browse our gallery of gorgeous images by Fumihiko Ikemoto.

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