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House for pensioners

nursing home Do not often serve as a source of inspiration for architects and interior designers. Japan is an amazing country, and its inhabitants tend to have a completely different view of the world.

Retirement home

The Tokyo architect Issey Suma conceived something special for People with disabilities And the elderly, so that they adequately held the golden decline of life.

Retirement home

Complex, which issei suma designed and built in a quiet mountainous area of ​​shizuoka, is called "jikka". He perfectly blended into the surrounding landscape.

Retirement home

At first glance it seems that the houses are very tiny ...

Retirement home

But on closer inspection it turns out that this is completely wrong!

Retirement home

Originally, the "jikku" was designed for two 60-year-old Japanese women. They also had to live with a cook and a social worker.

Retirement home

But later it was decided that in Residential complex Can accommodate and serve a few more tenants.

Retirement home

In 5 spiky structures connected to each other, everything necessary and even more is provided! For example, this spiral pool...

Retirement home

It seems that this fairy house of elves!

Retirement home

The drawing shows that there is plenty of living space.

Retirement home

Near the house can even be broken Small garden.

Retirement home

Modern kitchen With a large working surface serves to create delicious dishes.

Retirement home

Neat Japanese hide everything extra away from prying eyes!

Retirement home

Straight royal bathroom ...

Retirement home

Simple and safe washbasin.

Retirement home

Comfortable and spacious bedroom.

Retirement home

The total area of ​​this complex is 100 square meters, but due to an unusual architectural solution the building looks compact and cozy.

Retirement home

In such a house no one will complain of old age in the head. minimalism Combined with eco-style and the beautiful forest landscape surrounding the building, create an atmosphere of peace and tranquility ...

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