The Skinny Buildings of Toyko

In Tokyo tiny little buildings are squashed in between big ones to save space. This has since taken on a role of its own as "pet architecture". Check out these amazing examples...
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In Tokyo tiny little buildings are squashed in between big ones to save space. This has since taken on a role of its own as "pet architecture". Check out these amazing examples...

"Tokyo-based design firm, Atelier Bow-Wow coined the term “pet architecture” to describe buildings squeezed in to left over urban spaces. Why the cute conclusion? Principals Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kajima, explain: “Pets, companion animals of the people, are usually small, humorous and charming. We find what we call ‘pet architecture,’ architecture having pet like characteristics, existing in the most unexpected places within the Tokyo city limits."

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