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September 21, 2016

Hiragana-No Spiral House: Yuko Nagayama x Panasonic

This summarizes the major aspect of what modern architecture has been attempting to achieve: stability and security. “But I am increasingly fascinated by a house made of straw,” says architect Yuko Nagayama, who designed HIRAGANA-NO...

October 8, 2016

Woodgrain House: House Vision 2016

Find new potential of state-of-the-art printing technology in architecture and living environment, reviving hard-to-obtain natural wood in a unique way....

October 8, 2016

Grand Third Living: Kengo Kuma x Toyota House Vision 2016

At House Vision, Toyota and architect Kengo Kuma focuses on the mobility of cars. Toyota’s plug-in hybrid Prius is equipped with solar panels and has quite a substantial battery storage. It’s a mobile energy generator....

February 6, 2017

Open House with Condensed Core: House Vision 2016

Architect Shigeru Ban has been actively involved in disaster relief projects in many parts of the world, by designing and providing temporary shelters. When he imagined a next generation house, it became tiny, flexible, mobile,...

October 30, 2016

Engawa

Engawa, the narrow wooden strips attached around the periphery of a house has been an indispensable part of the traditional Japanese house, functioning as a sun porch, a workshop, a venue for socializing and a buffer to shield the...

December 2, 2016

Zero perspectives in “Small Architecture” by Kengo Kuma

Kuma's book, "Small Architecture," is full of inspiration that questions the myth of modern architecture, which has become excessively big, hard and alienating. He advocates small architecture as an alternative, due to its boundless...

December 4, 2016

Aesthetics of “emptiness”: Kenya Hara, designer of Zero

Kenya Hara is a Japanese graphic designer who has been playing a pivotal role shaping MUJI's brand philosophy. As a member of MUJI's Advisory Board since 2001, along with Naoto Fukasawa, he strengthened the concept of "emptiness,"...

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