The Circle project designed by SANAA in 2010 is an eleven-story building complex located at Zurich airport. The building has retail program on the first and second floor, offices on floors three…Continue reading
SANAA (Sejima and Nishizawa and Associates) is a highly acclaimed Tokyo-based architecture firm known for its innovative and minimalist design aesthetic. Founded in 1995 by Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa, SANAA has created several groundbreaking structures worldwide that are celebrated for using light, transparency, and fluidity. Clean lines, open spaces, and a distinctive minimalist aesthetic characterize the firm’s work. They often utilize materials such as glass and metal to create structures that are both visually striking and integrated with their surroundings. Some of SANAA’s most notable projects include the Rolex Learning Center in Switzerland, the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan, and the Louvre-Lens Museum in France.
The new Sydney Art Gallery of New South Wales proposal designed by Japanese Architects SANAA sits lightly on the land following the site’s contours to preserve the trees and existing…Continue reading
Completed in 2014, the Nishinoyama House, designed by Japanese architect Kazuyo Sejima is a residential complex located in Kyoto’s suburban area. The project is characterized by its unifying structure, which…Continue reading
Among the eleven finalists that were announced in the international design competition the proposal for the 2020 Olympic Stadium of SANAA and Nikken Sekkei was really appreciated among Japanese.Continue reading
Completed in 2014, the Ikuta Church was designed by Japanese Architect Ryue Nishizawa (SANAA) on the hillside of Kanagawa, Japan. The building has been designed to achieve the optimal structural design.Continue reading
With the title of A Japanese Constellation: Toyo Ito, SANAA, and Beyond the MoMa exhibition will focus on the network of architects and designers developed around Pritzker Prize winner Toyo…Continue reading
As a part of his ongoing film series about Japanese architecture, French architect and filmmaker Vincent Hecht has created this visual exploration of Kazuyo Sejima’s Shibaura House. Completed in 2011, this…Continue reading