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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.

Shigeru Ban: Disaster Relief as Architecture Projects

Shigeru Ban: Disaster Relief as Architecture Projects Shigeru Ban, the 2014 laureate of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, has been working on ...
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“Great Transformation of Architecture”: Toyo Ito and Sustainable Architecture

Natural disasters have been shaping architecture, as Kengo Kuma points out in his book “Small Architecture (小さな建築).”  Every time devastating ...
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Zero perspectives in “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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Tanada Terrace Office: MUJI x Atelier Bow-Wow House Vision 2016

Tanada Terrace House by MUJI x Atelier Bow-Wow The House Vision is an enterprise that attempts to help shape the ...
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Grand Third Living: Kengo Kuma x Toyota House Vision 2016

Electric vehicles (EVs) have become a symbol of clean technology. Elon Musk, the founder of Telsa and SolarCity, often describes ...
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Rental Space Tower by Sou Fujimoto: House Vision 2016

The Rental Space Tower: Sou Fujimoto x Daito Trust Construction  The Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto is a master of "ambiguity." ...
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Woodgrain House: House Vision 2016

Japanese cypress, or hinoki, has been considered “the king of wood” in Japanese traditional architecture. Horyuji, the world’s oldest surviving ...
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Hiragana-No Spiral House: Yuko Nagayama x Panasonic

Remember the fable “The Three Little Pigs?” It is a story about three piggy brothers, where each builds a house ...
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