A bold new experiment in live/work design has been completed in central Tokyo, the House T by Hiroyuki Shinozaki. House T is a home and studio built into a 3-story space with an open, cubic floor plan and a dream-like design. It is puzzling at first glance, looking more like an abstract work by MC Esher than a modern living space. The design does not eschew function for its visual experiment, however, as each separated room, nook and cranny has a purpose for its occupant for entertainment, work or rest. Both here and in House T directly, it’s a space that is intended to be explored visually, so we’ll leave you to that.