Gallery: Lucky Drops is a Lantern-Like Japanese Micro Home That Glows F...

 
Yamashita's unusual choice of construction materials keep the home's walls from cramping the space. In a bow to traditional Japanese interior sparseness, the home is completely open -- even the floors are perforated to allow light to penetrate and to preserve the home's sense of space.

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