Japanese architecture can be quite remarkable. When looking at something as astonishing as the House T, by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects, the beauty of it all really comes from within. The elegantly designed house located in the center of Tokyo has rooms with wide spaces and minimal walls. There are three floors that are like bookshelf plates in that they are all strategically located on different levels of a house that resembles a shifted box. Each of the floors is hooked by columns that are three-dimensionally intersected at the middle of the house, allowing for a unique space composition. All rooms have an open view and lightings are hung from the very top of the home so as to illuminate all rooms of the home in its entirety. The creative design and layout of the House T is just perfect in almost every way.