To achieve revitalization, it is indispensable for people to regain their vitality first. Here is an example from Tokyo which stimulates our sense through remodeling living space in an ingenious way.
In a neighborhood in decline, I imagine people probably look apathetic and/or out of spirits. To achieve revitalization, it is indispensable for people to regain their vitality first.
How about remodeling their living space in an ingenious way?
In Tokyo, there is a very unique apartment called Reversible Destiny Lofts – Mitaka (In Memory of Helen Keller).
Our bodies, which are different from each other, change constantly. By inhabiting a space that does not allow you to think of it as something that is self-evident, you can realize that you can do things that at some point you thought were impossible. That is the essence of the idea of “reversible destiny,” which the building embodies.
Concept of Reversible Destiny Lofts, Mitaka
A blog post about the bulidng on Architecture Linked
The design might look too playful, but their concept -- stimulating our sense -- is essential for any revitalization effort.