A Glorious Design for our Futures

The Jikka is worth knowing about as a beautiful way to appreciate our population as it ages. These five hilltop teepees in Japan’s eastern Shizuoka prefecture is a private retirement home. The parents’ home belongs to Nobuko Suma and Sachiko Fujioka who were worried about how their futures would look.

They had one of their sons who is an architect build the home which started in 2014. There are no stairs and the spiral-shaped bath has a ramp for wheelchair access. There is a central dining room and they hope, in the future, to open the facility to others.

Take a look. Maybe this is what we should all be doing?
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