Built by architects/artists Shusaku Arakawa and Madeline Gins in 2005, this residential building was created with the aim of helping people achieve longevity. Called the ‘ultrachromatic undying house’ by novelist Setouchi Jakuchou, the building features nine units and 14 different colours. Inspired by Helen Keller, it includes features designed for individuals with different physical abilities, so, for example, some of spaces work better for tots than adults. Some units are available for shortand long-term stays, as well as tours.
|Venue name:||Reversible Destiny Lofts Mitaka|
2-2-8 Osawa, Mitaka-shi
|Transport:||Musashi-Sakai Station; take Odakyu bus 91, get off at Osawa stop|