Using traditional Japanese framework, the House Between Pillars turns a vacant Tokyo home into a modular masterpiece. The interior is fitted with wooden pillars, spaced equal distance apart. Between each column, tracks were placed and fitted with interchangeable partitions. This allows potential owners to divide and create rooms to fit their lifestyle. Along with the adjustable walls, moveable furniture adds to the home's adaptability while the mix of plywood and timber provides a minimalist palette that can accommodate any style.
Photos: Kentahasegawa / Camp Design Inc.