Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has layered wooden boards to create striations inside this workspace and cafe for an online restaurant guide based in Osaka

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has layered wooden boards to create striations inside this workspace and cafe for an online restaurant guide based in Osaka

The fabric (triaxially folded) that covers the entire interior of the shop was heat-treated and shaped in Japan. 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 & Associates

The fabric (triaxially folded) that covers the entire interior of the shop was heat-treated and shaped in Japan. 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

"One Niseko Hotel" (2012) | Niseko, Hokkaido, Japan • Kengo Kuma + Associates. Pne Niseko is a ski resort.

One Niseko

"One Niseko Hotel" (2012) | Niseko, Hokkaido, Japan • Kengo Kuma + Associates. Pne Niseko is a ski resort.

KENGO KUMA / SHOP INTERIOR / JAPAN. The feeling which is given to my from this retail space is a "cave" like room. In many ways this could make the audience feel trapped however I feel it creates an intimate and sucluded feeling.

lucien pellat-finet Shinsaibashi

KENGO KUMA / SHOP INTERIOR / JAPAN. The feeling which is given to my from this retail space is a "cave" like room. In many ways this could make the audience feel trapped however I feel it creates an intimate and sucluded feeling.

Kengo Kuma suspends wooden barrels over Japanese soy-sauce shop - Dezeen » Interiors

Kengo Kuma suspends wooden barrels over Japanese soy-sauce shop - Dezeen » Interiors

Tokyo Donut Shop w succulants

Events: Bicycles at London Design Week

Tokyo Donut Shop w succulants

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has covered the interior of Camper’s Milan store in a grid of pale ply that stretches from floor to ceiling.

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has covered the interior of Camper’s Milan store in a grid of pale ply that stretches from floor to ceiling.

cafe kureon, toyama, japan/kengo kuma + associates  via: designboom

cafe kureon, toyama, japan/kengo kuma + associates via: designboom

Niseko Look Out Cafe by Design Spirits

Niseko Look Out Cafe by Design Spirits

GINZAN ONSEN FUJIYA, simple material

GINZAN ONSEN FUJIYA, simple material

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