• Reversible Destiny is a quirky accommodation by Arakawa and Madeline Gins

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    The visual appeal of this apartment style just stumps you. Its mismatched demeanor tickles the visual palette and leaves you wanting for more. The architects Arakawa with his wife, Madeline Gins built these “reversible destiny” loft-style apartments in Mitake, Japan. “Designed to stimulate the senses and force inhabitants to use balance, physical strength and imagination. The lofts feature uneven floors, oddly positioned power switches and outlets, walls and surfaces painted a dizzying array of colors, a tiny exit to the balcony, a transparent shower room, irregularly shaped curtainless windows, and more reversible design.”



    There are 2 rental units are now available for rent at 220,000 – 250,000 yen ($2,000/$2,400) per month. The apartment requires the inmates to depend upon their sense of balance, physical strength and imagination. The lofts feature uneven floors, oddly positioned power switches and outlets, walls and surfaces painted in different colors. A tiny exit to the balcony, a transparent shower room, irregularly shaped curtain less windows and such styles quirk up the apartment.
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    Via – Gizmodiva

    Topics: Building Tags: on October 2, 2008

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