A semi-DIY rennovation of our small mansion apartment in Tokyo.
“Man-shi-yon’ is a euphemism the japanese long-ago appropriated to describe the generic concrete apartment blocks forming much of japan’s sprawling metropolises. the tiny units inside are often cramped and outdated by modern standards. ‘reform’ (or refurbishment) of any type of building used to be rare in japan. the earth-quake prone country has always had a disposable disposition to its housing, preferring to tear-down and rebuild anew rather than re-use existing dwellings. now, the boom and bust throw-away culture seems to be giving way to more sustainable resourcefulness and a preference for clean, modern living spaces.”
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