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Museum of Indigenous Knowledge | Kengo Kuma

Indigenous Knowledge The jewelry, the weapons and the tools, when it was all polished stone; long before the metals found their place, was the ‘New Stone Age.’ This is the time and the era, where the new Museu...
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Sunny Hills | Kengo Kuma

Sunny Hills Kengo Kuma’s, Sunny hill was inspired from a Bamboo basket joint system called “Jiigoku-Gumi. The delicate façade may appear purely decorative yet performs as the primary structure. Courtesy ...
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Wind Eaves Pavilion | Kengo Kuma and Associates

Wind Eaves Pavilion Inside the landscape of a small Taiwanese hotel, Kengo Kuma and Associates have established a tectonic multi-purpose pavilion, featuring a wooden structure with a transparent ETFE membrane....
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Community Centre in Towanda Plaza | Kengo Kuma

Community Centre in Towada Plaza Kengo Kuma and Associates designed a community centre which has a playroom, tatami room, and a cooking studio. The programmes accommodate for tradition, the users, and user-spa...
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Irori | Kengo Kuma

Energy for Creativity is an initiation of design exhibitions, conferences and architectural installations that are run by the University of Milan and organised by Interni Magazine and Mondadori. It forms part o...
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Shun*Shoku Lounge | Kengo Kuma

Providing an escape from the streets of Osaka, Japan, the Shun*Shoku lounge designed by Kengo Kuma is a beautifully constructed intimate retreat. Kengo Kuma designed this installation for Japanese restaurant gu...
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Hoshakuji Station: reconnecting a town | Kengo Kuma

The situation seemed like a common story in a lot of urban communities: a neighborhood divided by the railroad and lost its link and connectivity. Hoshakuji Station is no different, and the architect recognizes...
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V&A Museum | Kengo Kuma

V&A Museum Kengo Kuma The green light has been given for the V&A museum designed by Kengo Kuma. The single volume stratified façade museum connects the Tay River to its waterfront. Subtractions from th...