The Kadokawa Culture Museum designed by Kengo Kuma

Architect Kengo Kuma designed the Kadokawa Culture Museum opened in 2020. Kuma made it look as if it was part of the natural geographic formation. Here’s why.

Six Tadao Ando buildings on one street? Finding “Ando Street” in the Tokyo suburbs

Tadao Ando designed six buildings along a street in Tokyo suburbs. Discover the “Ando Street” in Sengawa, which is little known as it’s rarely advertised.

Can buildings metabolize? The Nakagin Capsule Tower by Kisyo Kurokawa

Japanese architect Kisyo Kurokawa’s iconic Nakagin Capsule Tower is getting old. Can the symbol of Metabolism survive without ever metabolizing?

21_21 DESIGN SIGHT designed by Tadao Ando

Architect Tadao Ando designed 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT in Tokyo, a design museum founded by designer Issey Miyake, who wants to make design an economic resource.

The Tokyo Art Museum designed by Tadao Ando

Tadao Ando designed the The Tokyo Art Museum in Tokyo, which is a cornerstone piece of architecture on the “Ando Street.”

St. Mary’s Cathedral, Tokyo designed by Kenzo Tange

Kenzo Tange designed St. Mary’s Cathedral, Tokyo in 1964. It still maintains its beauty -a unique mixture of modernism & primitive sacredness.

The Asakusa Cultural and Tourism Center designed by Kengo Kuma

Archiect Kengo Kuma desgined the Asakusa Tourism Center in the middle of traditional tourist destination by emphasizing traditional Japanese wisdom.

The Sumida Hokusai Museum designed by Kazuyo Sejima

Architect Kazuyo Sejima designed the Sumida Hokusai Museum that celebrates the prolifc ukiyo-e master. But why there is no window in this building?