Kyoto Town House by Alphaville

Opening up a small space to light
Creating light and space - Alphaville
Creating light and space - Alphaville

Having to deal with building regulations and a need to fit in with the local landscape, traditional town houses can often suffer from poor natural light and a sense of limited space.

Alphaville, an architecture firm in Kyoto, have opened up the interior of this town house – resulting in a feeling of space and light and setting a shining example.

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