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By Adam German
January 17th, 2012
Continuing with their revolutionary alterations on shared living, Social Design announces the call for applications for their newest location in Tama Plaza, Kanagawa prefecture.
This is shared housing with a twist; the owner encourages any kind of outfitting or decoration the tenants wish. There is no need for permission to paint the walls or change the layout, do as you wish!
The reason for this is that the operator of the shared house only has the location for a limited time. At the end of that period, then the building will be torn down thus what happens to it between now and then is up to you!
In addition, whether there are lectures on the wood deck balcony or offering cooking classes in the spacious kitchen area, it’s possible not only for the residents to intermingle, but also to hold events where locals in the area can participate as well.
All the functionality of a shared house are included as well with 8 washing machines available, internet and utilities included in the rent and an Ipad available on site for people to use at their leisure.
Ideally a place like this appeals to someone looking to live somewhere within easy reach of the metropolis area living on a budget. In addition, you’ll get the most out of this property if you are skilled in the arts, painting, music, baking or other creative pursuits as they are all encouraged here. Want to paint a giant mural on the wall? Go right ahead, as long as it isn’t offensive and the other tenants don’t mind. About a degree of room decoration and renovations, please inquire Social Design so that all the tenants can respect each other’s creativity.
With all good things however, there is one catch; there is only room for 60 residents. Set to open in January of 2012, applications are now being accepted to live in the building and spaces are filling up fast. Tama Plaza is located 24 minutes from Shibuya on the Denen Chofu line which from Shibuya becomes the Hanzomon line. Tama Plaza is an important selection for Shared Designers College as the area is rapidly becoming a mecca for creative people, both Japanese and foreign.
Be sure to contact Social Design today to schedule a viewing of this most unique property! Don’t wait, act now!
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