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Japanese architects often rely on unique approaches that blend solid mathematical logic that regulates architecture and undefinable ambiguities that reside in nature. You will find unique collisions of seemingly opposing concepts from which unexpected harmony and beauty emerges.

Suimei by Kazuyo Sejima: The Pavilion Tokyo 2021

The Suimei designed by Kazuyo Sejima: The Pavilion Tokyo 2021 The Pavilion Tokyo 2021 was an “exhibition” that used the ...
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The Tea House Go-an by Terunobu Fujimori: The Tokyo Pavilion 2021

The Tea House Go-an by Terunobu Fujimori: The Tokyo Pavilion 2021 For Japanese architects, interpreting traditional Japanese styles has been ...
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The Tokyo Toilet: Toyo Ito @ Yoyogi Hachiman Park

THE TOKYO TOILET: Toyo Ito @ Yoyogi Hachiman For thousands of years, the Japanese built shrines in the heart of ...
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The Cloud Pavilion by Sou Fujimoto: the Pavilion Tokyo 2021

The Cloud Pavilion by Sou Fujimoto: the Pavilion Tokyo 2021 For architect Sou Fujimoto, the clouds are the source of ...
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The Tokyo Toilet: Kengo Kuma @ Nabeshima Shoto Park

THE TOKYO TOILET: Kengo Kuma @ Nabeshima Shoto Park As part of the Tokyo Toilet project, architect Kengo Kuma designed ...
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Kuma Kengo Exhibition Five Purr-fect points: Time

Kengo Kuma Exhibition Five Purr-fect points: Time Kuma Kengo's exhibition the "Five Purr-fect Points for Public Spaces" invites us to ...
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Kuma Kengo Exhibition Five Purr-fect points: Oblique

Kengo Kuma Exhibition Five Purr-fect points: Oblique Kuma Kengo's exhibition the "Five Purr-fect Points for Public Spaces" invites us to ...
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Kuma Kengo Exhibition Five Purr-fect points: Softness

Kengo Kuma Exhibition Five Purr-fect points: Softness Kuma Kengo's exhibition the "Five Purr-fect Points for Public Spaces" invites us to ...
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Kuma Kengo Exhibition Five Purr-fect points: Particle

Kengo Kuma Exhibition Five Purr-fect points: Particle Kuma Kengo's exhibition the "Five Purr-fect Points for Public Spaces" invites us to ...
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Kuma Kengo Exhibition Five Purr-fect points: Hole

Kengo Kuma Exhibition Five Purr-fect points: Hole Kuma Kengo's exhibition the "Five Purr-fect Points for Public Spaces" invites us to ...
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The Global Bowl by Akihisa Hirata: The Pavilion Tokyo 2021

The Global Bowl by Akihisa Hirata: The Pavilion Tokyo 2021 For architect Akihisa Hirata, architecture is part of organic interactions ...
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Kengo Kuma Exhibition: Five Purr-fect Points for a New Public Space

The Kuma Kengo Exhibition: Five Purr-fect Points for a New Public Space - Exhibition at The National Museum of Modern ...
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Kengo Kuma meets kogei (traditional Japanese craftsmanship): Kuma to Shika

Kengo Kuma meets kogei (traditional Japanese craftsmanship): Kuma to Shika with Nakagawa Masashichi Shoten Japanese architect, Kengo Kuma, distinguishes himself ...
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Importance of Small Architecture by Kengo Kuma

Kengo Kuma and "Small" Architecture Architect Kengo Kuma is an extraordinary author. He does an excellent job of reminding us ...
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The Kadokawa Culture Museum designed by Kengo Kuma

The Kadokawa Culture Museum designed by Kengo Kuma The Kadokawa Culture Museum (KCM) opened in Tokorozawa, Saitama, Japan in November ...
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Japandi ideas from Japanese perspectives

Japandi ideas from Japanese perspectives: The Inomata House designed by Isoya Yoshida Japandi blends “modern flair of Scandinavian design with ...
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Six Tadao Ando buildings on one street? Finding “Ando Street” in the Tokyo suburbs

Six Tadao Ando Buildings on One Street? Finding “Ando Street” in the Tokyo Suburbs “Ando Street” is a 432-meter strip ...
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Can buildings metabolize? The Nakagin Capsule Tower by Kisyo Kurokawa

Can buildings metabolize? The Nakagin Capsule Tower designed by Kisho Kurokawa Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa designed the Nakagin Capsule Tower ...
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21_21 DESIGN SIGHT designed by Tadao Ando

21_21 DESIGN SIGHT designed by Tadao Ando 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT: Japan's design institution founded by Issey Miyake Japan holds a ...
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The Tokyo Art Museum designed by Tadao Ando

The Tokyo Art Museum designed by Tadao Ando The Tokyo Art Museum is located at the south end of the ...
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St. Mary’s Cathedral, Tokyo designed by Kenzo Tange

St. Mary's Cathedral, Tokyo designed by Kenzo Tange Christianity was first introduced to Japan by a Navarrese Catholic missionary in ...
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The Asakusa Cultural and Tourism Center designed by Kengo Kuma

The Asakusa Cultural and Tourism Center designed by Kengo Kuma Kengo Kuma is probably one of the few contemporary Japanese ...
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The Sumida Hokusai Museum designed by Kazuyo Sejima

The Sumida Hokusai Museum designed by Kazuyo Sejima Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849), one of the most widely known/acclaimed ukiyo-e painters in ...
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The Tokyo Toilet: Tadao Ando @ Jingudori Koen Park

The Tokyo Toilet: Tadao Ando @ Jingudori Koen Park A public restroom in a park is a facility accessible literally ...
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The Tokyo Toilet: 16 architects and designers re-imagine public restrooms

The Tokyo Toilet: public restrooms according to 16 Japanese architects & designers  Japanese are obsessed with bathrooms (do you remember ...
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