The tiny house from Ryue Nishizawa and Sou Fujimoto drifts in place within the tiny lot, with barely any boundaries, so that apparently nothing but vases, planters, concrete benches, plexiglass railings and curtains form its sides.
Essentially just a series of platforms for plantings, living here would create a feeling of living within a hanging garden. An adjustable “wall” of curtain, hanging from a curved curtain rail is a shockingly ethereal cladding material for a residence.
By dispensing with walls, natural light floods the interior. Privacy is protected to some extent by little more than filmy curtains that let in light, but blur the view in.
The narrow structure, with no true facade is tightly wedged between two buildings that are are mostly just walls on each side.