Ryohei Hamda|||||||||Yosuke Wakamoto, left, and Yutaka Suzuki in the flat in ‘work’ mode|The wall is moved back and the office becomes a home|A fold-out bookcase in the bedroom is also a place to sit|The bedroom in normal mode, with the bookcase folded away|Plans for the apartment|It was important to get the balance right|The architect designed the alterations so no one would have to pass through the bedroom when the flat was in ‘work’ mode|Shibuta stressed the importance of closing the doors between home and office every day||
06 Dec 2010

Yuko Shibata’s switch

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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