The optimization of interior spaces, the use of natural light and the fusion of different areas respecting privacy have been the three basic axes for the design of this house, "Mishima House" . It's about a loft very spacious, consisting of three floors and designed as a family residence within a central district of Tokyo. The study commissioned to devise this genius has been Keiji Ashizawa Design .
The first thing that draws attention is the abundant space that houses, since it was an old ship of industrial use remodeled, and how the different zones have been delimited by metallic frames, an economic solution for large surfaces.
On the first and second floor we find the bedrooms and the bathroom, while the third floor has been allocated to the living room and the kitchen. The rooms have been located in those parts of the house where sunlight hits with greater force, taking into account the orientation of the glass roof. The living areas have also benefited from the solar incidence and the different heights overlap in a natural and open way. The metallic structures (stairs, railings, ceilings and beams) form a modernist interior and really well used. Luminous and spacious interiors, an authentic blessing for interior design and architecture.