Competition won by crosette

When it was built in 1972, architect Kisho Kurokawa’s Nakagin Capsule Tower was meant to be the housing structure of the future. Nowadays, most of the apartments are unoccupied. No wonder: It's quite a challenge to make such a tiny space fit for living.
The design challenge in this contest is to find a use for these spaces. Make this tiny space into a home, hotel room, office or any other use, without changing the wall and window structure.
Read more here about the Nakagin Tower

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