In a suburb in Tokyo lays a family house designed by Ikeda Yukie Architects. It’s near to vacant lots to the south and southeast and is more in the northwest corner. Predicting the amount of daylight this house receives is impossible because of this. The house was designed just for this reason; to allow ample natural light in any situation. This modern home possesses a roof deck for astronomical observation and a loft for outdoor entertainment and recreation.

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Tiffany “Tiffy” is a college graduate with a BS in magazine journalism. The freedom of expression compels her to the winds of creativity which brings her happily to Gblog”s artistic gates. Writing has always been her art, her talent, her calling. She also tutors and writes for her own blog, Heartbeat.