Designed by husband and wife Arakawa Shūsaku (1936–2010) and Madeleine Gins (1941–2014) and fully completed in 2005, this housing complex definitely stands out more than most. Created in memory of Helen Keller the units have undulating, ridged floors, spherical dens and ceiling hooks for hammocks and swings. All this is meant to create a sensory experience beyond the visual but the building is very colorful. To see the inside this amazing structure, join one of the monthly public tours.
The tours are in Japanese but you can organize an English speaking translator as well. Some units are occupied by residents, but others are available for short-term stays.
Contact 24 Limousine & our sales team will organize an English speaking chauffeur to take you to the Reversible Destiny lofts for a day you will not forget.