28. Apartments are like MC Escher drawings – Reversible Destiny Lofts

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Reversible Destiny Lofts

Reversible Destiny Lofts

No city on earth is as novel in its approach to housing. Exhibit A: the rainbow-colored, multi-shaped Reversible Destiny Lofts apartment complex. (三鷹天命反転住宅)

Located in an otherwise boring part of the Mitaka suburbs, the complex looks like a LSD vision of a giant McDonald’s jungle gym. Architects Arakawa & Gins intentionally built the lofts with uneven floors and other unorthodoxy to constantly challenge the minds of Japan’s elderly. Guests can stay there a week for ¥95,000, but it’s your lucky day: two apartments are open for long-term leases.

Read more :www.cnngo.com

Reversible Destiny Lofts: 2-2-8 Osawa, Mitaka-Shi, tel. 0422 26 4966

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