“The Lan Xi Curtilage is an interpretation of traditional Chinese architecture through the language of digital fabrication methods,” Archi-Union’s Crisie Yuan told Dezeen.
Shanghai studio Archi-Union used differently sized bricks to make waves across the exterior of this restaurant and members' club at a cultural heritage park in Chengdu, China
The roofs of a water town in South of Yangtze River, China shared by All Things…
The traditional Japanese house with its broad, low roofs and wide eaves was a strong influence on Arts & Crafts architecture.
tonoma architects: ceramics market, osaka, japan