Tokyo Displays First Computerized House

Japanese architect Ken Sakamura built the first computerized house of Nishi-Azabu in Tokyo, Japan, in December 1989 that cost $7.1 million to build.The house featured computerized windows, automatically controlled the interior temperature and a system that retrieved storage articles.

Date:
      December, 1989
Name(s):
      Ken Sakamura
Occupation:
      Architect
Location:
      Tokyo, Japan


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