The ‘House in Hiyoshi’ by Japanese design firm EANA is a shining example of compact living. The home, which is located in Yokohama city, Kanagawa, Japan, includes two bedrooms, storage space and a bathroom on the first floor, with living space and kitchen on the second floor. The floor to ceiling heights are adjustable, allowing the family to adapt the home to their changing needs.
A large window stretching nearly the height of the entire building provides the residents with a front row seat overlooking the park across from them. And if they are in need for some fresh air, the third floor features a comfortable rooftop terrace.