Japanese artist/architects Shusaku Arakawa and his partner Madeline Gins designed and built a very unique residential units located in Mitaka city, one of Tokyo's Western suburbs. They said that this building - called Reversible Destiny Lofts - is designed for "to not to die."
"To not to die?" You've got a good point, but, seeing is believing. They are painted in fourteen colors both inside and outside. Some are cylindrical-shaped, and some have sphere-shaped rooms. Floors are slanted and uneven. So, in this residence, you literally have no time to die because you have to concentrate on keep your body moving safely.
Some kids must be excited, and some adults might be inspired with. They provide architectural tours in English with reservations for tourists from overseas. How about "reversing" your destiniy?
|Name||Reversible Destiny Lofts MITAKA|
|Category||Sightseeing / Leisure|
|Address||Tokyo 2-2-8, Osawa, Mitaka-shi Google Map|