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Thanks for posting this. I am currently trying to build a home and have no idea how I want my rooms to be!
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Rebecca Hurst

Those are some great apartment layouts! I have been looking for cool apartments that have a layout similar to some of these. I really haven't had much luck, but I really shouldn't be too picky, otherwise I will end up with no apartment!

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These are so interesting. The apartment with the English captions has a terrible layout... the first thing a guest sees is your messy kitchen! Also, I'd be scared to sleep in a Japanese room, I might drool on the tatami or something.

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Some days before i got a tips about this. But, it is very worst. This is best idea..

Dan

Really nice site you have here!!

Cool aparto diagrams...

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Candi\q

http://www.apartments.com/Results.aspx?page=results&rgn1=50&state=or&helicon=0&area3=y&subarea4=y&prvpg=5&Rent_Minimum=0&Rent_Maximum=99999&twobdrm=1&am26=0&am24=0&am23=0


Kristen

I can't pass a real estate office without looking at the layouts in the window. Thanks for the link to madoriphilia - very funny commentary about the madorizu the post. I like the one with the arial photograph of the bathroom!

Jenn

These are so interesting. The apartment with the English captions has a terrible layout... the first thing a guest sees is your messy kitchen! Also, I'd be scared to sleep in a Japanese room, I might drool on the tatami or something.

Esther

Looks like that slanted-door bathroom is right inside the front door too! These are cool. I wonder what the shading marks are on the fourth diagram down on this page: http://madoriphilia.jugem.jp/?month=200509. Does it tell where the sunlight will fall throughout the room and which parts would be in shadow all of the time? That would be very good information, if it is so.

To see these sort of diagrams for the US go to http://www.apartmentguide.com and search on a state and city. Once you choose an apartment complex from the resulting list, there's a "floorplans" tab you can click to see the diagrams.

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