House in Tokyo / Mlinaric, Henry & Zervudachivia

House in Tokyo / Mlinaric, Henry & Zervudachivia

Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center by Kengo Kuma & Associates #architecture #japan #tokyo

Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center by Kengo Kuma & Associates #architecture #japan #tokyo

GC Prostho Museum Research Center / Kengo Kuma

GC Prostho Museum Research Center / Kengo Kuma & Associates

GC Prostho Museum Research Center / Kengo Kuma

Yusuhara Wooden Bridge Museum / Kengo Kuma & Associates

Yusuhara Wooden Bridge Museum / Kengo Kuma & Associates

隈研吾 (Kengo Kuma )

GC Prostho Museum Research Center / Kengo Kuma & Associates via archdaily.net. Photo by Daici

GC Prostho Museum Research Center / Kengo Kuma & Associates

GC Prostho Museum Research Center / Kengo Kuma & Associates via archdaily.net. Photo by Daici

Shang XIA / Kengo Kuma -  fabric (triaxially folded) covers the entire interior. It is a material which comes between cloth and plastic, which can retain the softness of natural cloth and strength of shape-memory texture.

Shang XIA / Kengo Kuma & Associates

Shang XIA / Kengo Kuma - fabric (triaxially folded) covers the entire interior. It is a material which comes between cloth and plastic, which can retain the softness of natural cloth and strength of shape-memory texture.

Sake no Hana | kengo kuma and associates

Sake no Hana

Sake no Hana | kengo kuma and associates

#architecture is to have an empire by one author [kengo kuma]

#architecture is to have an empire by one author [kengo kuma]

Momofuku Ando Center / Kengo Kuma & Associates

Momofuku Ando Center / Kengo Kuma & Associates

タンブラーから

Yusuhara Marche by Kengo Kuma & Associates: A complex of a market selling local products and a small hotel with 15 rooms. In an attempt to respect the history of the surrounding traditional buildings, they used thatch, which worked as a medium to connect the past with the present http://kkaa.co.jp/

Yusuhara Marche / Kengo Kuma & Associates

Yusuhara Marche by Kengo Kuma & Associates: A complex of a market selling local products and a small hotel with 15 rooms. In an attempt to respect the history of the surrounding traditional buildings, they used thatch, which worked as a medium to connect the past with the present http://kkaa.co.jp/

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