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Pigment Shop / Kengo Kuma
Japanese Architecture, Retail

Pigment Shop / Kengo Kuma

In Tokyo, Architect Kengo Kuma was chosen to design Pigment, an art-supply shop like no other. With more than 4,200 pigments as well as 600 paintbrushes and 50 types of rare glue, this is an artist’s dream come true. None artist also come to adminre the interior by Kengo Kuma & Associates which recently won the National Stadium for the…

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PC House / Kengo Kuma and Associates
Japanese Architecture, Residential

PC House / Kengo Kuma and Associates

The PC 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 encircled garden.

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