Company Koji Tsutsui Architect & Associates presented a draft InBetween House. Represented by a series of cottages in the mountains near Tokyo, the residence was designed as a place where customers would be happy to come back after a hard day in the bustling metropolis and to have a rest in natural surroundings. The total area of residence is about 180 sq.m. and it consists of five separate cottages under one roof. They are made from wood in a traditional Japanese-style. Each cottage is different in size and shape to set on site at 30 degree increments to best fit the topography. The passageways between the blocks resemble the streets and join premises, rather than divide them, creating an atmosphere of unity with nature.