This nine-unit Reversible Destiny Lofts at Mitaka was built based on an unusual concept. The architectural concept was created by Shusaku Arakawa and Madeline Gins who made a point that home is a place to trigger one's senses, instead of a place to relax! The colourful building was created in memory of Helen Keller, the deaf-blind American author, political activist and lecturer. Photograph by Ryoma Aoki
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The facade of this home is made out of red brick. The doorway has red brick molding as well, with a white Roman style arch above it. It has a royal blue front door. The front door features a brass knob, door handle, a mail slot, a lock, a peephole, and a kick plate below. Also installed by the door is a door lamp, an intercom entry system, and two empty brass plates attached on the brick molding. It has a concrete doorstep with black steel fences and a couple of hanging plants.