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2012

Water and Cherry House / Kengo Kuma & Associates
Residential

Water and Cherry House / Kengo Kuma & Associates

The Water and Cherry House by renowned Japanese architect Kengo Kuma is a private single-storey house in eastern japan. With a strong roots in traditional japanese temples the program is arranged in a windmill formation with four distinct and independent rooms originating from the center-point of the design. As in traditional japanese architecture, the natural environment is strong associated with the dwelling trough an…

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Kamoi Museum / TNA Architects
Cultural Architecture, Japanese Architecture

Kamoi Museum / TNA Architects

The Kamoi Museum designed by Japanese Architects TNA and completed in 2012 is an old factory renovation for the KAMOI-KAKOSHI processed paper company in Japan. The Architects aimed to change the dark, cold image of the factory into a bright and comfortable work space. KAMOI-KAKOSHI is a Japanese company with a history of nearly 100 years famous for its Masking Tape (MT). This tape is made…

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TOM FORD RANCH BY TADAO ANDO
Japanese Architecture, Residential

Tom Ford’s Horse Ranch / Tadao Ando

Tom Ford’s Ranch by Japanese Architect Tadao Ando has a serene Japanese aesthetic that blends surprisingly well with the 24,000-acre ranch arid terrain of Santa Fe, USA. This ranch, designed by the Pritzker award-winning architect for the famous fashion designer, provides a fully equipped equine facility and stunning expansive views. This project was designed with local management and oversight by…

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Riken Yamamoto
Japanese Architecture, Residential

Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop / Local Community Area

This theorical project by Japanese architects Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop reconsidered how people could live in Local Comunity. Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop Local Community technical information Architects: Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop Location:  Japan Project Year: 2012 Typlogy: Residential / Housing (Theoretical Project) Today’s system of government is premised on self-help by the one house = one family unit. However,…

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