|Photo: Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio|
This 557 square foot home in Osaka, Japan was designed by Japanese architect Kazuya Morita. The "shelf-pod" house can hold 10 tons of books and can survive earthquakes.The shelving needed to be strong enough to support the entire house. You can read more here. I would love this place! I wonder if I could talk hubby into it? Probably no. He already has nightmares of books attacking him. Slight exaggeration. But only slight.