Yoshiyuki Moriyama’s Tokyo based architecture practice, Baqueratta, specializes in residential architecture, creating experimental homes for japan’s tiny lot sizes. One of the firm’s buildings in Tokyo is the ‘OK house.’ Unlike the firm’s other works, this home is dark and heavy looking from the outside. A large black volume balances atop a smaller one. No door is in sight, just a set of stairs which can be lowered or raised to close off the home completely. The inside of the home is a light and primarily white space. The main living area features a full wall of glass doors, which opens up onto a small garden space. And the bedroom sits below it which also opens up onto its own garden.