Suimei by Kazuyo Sejima: The Pavilion Tokyo 2021

Architect Kazuyo Sejima designed the “Suimei” for the Pavilion Tokyo 2021, inspired by traditional Japanese landscaping technique in 11th century.

The Tea House Go-an by Terunobu Fujimori: The Tokyo Pavilion 2021

Japanese architect Terunobu Fujimori designed the “Go-an” for the Pavilion Tokyo 2021.

The Tokyo Toilet: Toyo Ito @ Yoyogi Hachiman Park

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.

The Cloud Pavilion by Sou Fujimoto: the Pavilion Tokyo 2021

Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto designed the Cloud Pavilion for the Tokyo Pavilion 2021 inspired by cloud that embraces everything and everyone.

The Tokyo Toilet: Kengo Kuma @ Nabeshima Shoto Park

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.

Kuma Kengo Exhibition Five Purr-fect points: Hole

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.