Japanese Architect Atelier Bow-Wow has partnered with Muji to conceive a dual residence in the farm and city for the House Vision 2016 exhibition held in Tokyo.Continue reading
Atelier Bow-Wow is a Tokyo-based architectural firm founded in 1992 by Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima. Known for their innovative research and architectural design, the firm has pioneered the concept of “micro-architecture,” focusing on the interstitial spaces and unique urban conditions found in dense cities. Their work often emphasizes the relationship between inhabitants, spatial experience, and the surrounding urban landscape, resulting in designs that are both functional and aesthetically intriguing. Projects like the “Mini House” in Tokyo reflect their commitment to optimizing small spaces, and their extensive studies on urban conditions have made significant contributions to contemporary architectural theory and practice.