This is a three meter cube house made by japanese architects Jo Nagasaka and Schemata. Its name is Paco.

"The house has a hammock, desk, sink and shower. It has the minimum equipments to live in spite of all its size. The cube can be used as as self-contained living unit or as an annexe to a house.

The bathroom unit is nothing more than an improvised shower cubicle containing a sunken toilet.

We produced it as a conceptual model to imagine a new life style."

"The conceptual house opens like a jewellery box", says Jo Nagasaka for Mark Magazine.

Photographs: by Takumi Ota, via
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