It’s a challenge to decide which is more curious – the name of this ultra modern architecture, or the design concept. Reversible Destiny Lofts, located in Tokyo, Japan, and designed by the innovative architects at New-York-based Arakawa & Gins, is an illustration of a home that stimulates and challenges residents via its unconventional architecture. A few steps to the bedroom could be an imaginative adventure; a walk to the bathroom a balancing act; and a seemingly simple round of snacks in the kitchen might prove to be a physically demanding task, thanks to this ultra-modern design boasting uneven floors, out-of-the-way power switches, and a dizzying combination of color, texture and material. The idea is to keep its inhabitants young – hence the name, “Reversible Destiny” – through physical and mental stimulation. A stay in these creative accommodations will run you around $2,000 to $2,400 per month. Arakawa & Gins.
via Pink Tentacle