Built by Japanese architect Kurokawa Kisho in the 1970’s, this incredible “tower rises 14 floors and is composed of 140 individual capsules designed to be either apartments or business offices.” Click here for first picture in gallery.

PingMag has an amazing expose on the building and more on Japan’s Metabolism movement. The Metabolism movement wanted to create a new system of architecture and is probably the forefather of things like stackable prefab housing.

[via Gizmodo]

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