Architect Kazuyo Sejima designed the “Suimei” for the Pavilion Tokyo 2021, inspired by traditional Japanese landscaping technique in 11th century.
Japanese architect Terunobu Fujimori designed the “Go-an” for the Pavilion Tokyo 2021.
As part of the Tokyo Toilet Project, architect Toyo Ito designed a public bathroom named “three mushrooms” by the Yoyogi Hachiman shrine in Shibuya Ward.
Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto designed the Cloud Pavilion for the Tokyo Pavilion 2021 inspired by cloud that embraces everything and everyone.
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma introduced “A walk in the woods” for the Tokyo Toilet Project. Five bathroom units are connected by a walk to offer multiple functionalities.
Kengo Kuma exhibition “Five Purr-fect Points for Public Spaces.” The first point is “hole,” but it’s not the kind you imagine. Find out what roles holes play in Kuma’s architecture.