Milan Design Week 2013. In “Naturescape for Urban Stories,” Japanese architect Kengo Kuma created a striking installation using combinations of organic natural elements — pietra serena stone, bamboo, water and gravel— to create dreamlike images of a Japanese garden. Photography by Giovanni DiSandre.
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Garden for Hofu city's crematorium - Shunmyo Masuno
Nakamura’s Optical Glass House is composed of roughly 6000 glass blocks strung together by stainless steel. The soundproof blocks not only cancel out the bustling cars and trams but they also create a façade that functions much like an urban noren -allowing light and air to pass through while revealing only a mosaic of the lush garden inside
Garden Terrace Miyazaki
Garden Terrace Miyazaki | kengo kuma and associates
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house in nara ~ uemachi laboratory
Lufthansa Aviation Centre - fits more to "Creative Working Environment"