Sou Fujimoto’s Naoshima Pavilion is one new addition to the celebrated “Art Island” in Japan. The project is just a stone’s throw away from the boat terminal of Naoshima—which SANAA designed. The pavilion is a meshy transparent structure that is light in weight, although it is made of steel. It was created for the Japanese contemporary art festival Setouchi Triennial in 2016. In spite of its relatively small scale, the pavilion grabbed the attention of Romanian photographer Laurian Ghinitoiu who captured its animated outline against the coastline of the Japanese island, Naoshima.

 

 

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