Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center by Kengo Kuma & Associates #architecture #japan #tokyo

Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center by Kengo Kuma & Associates architecture Japan Tokyo

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has designed the interior of a Starbucks in Fukuoka, Japan. Dramatic and beautiful.

Starbucks Concept Store by Kengo Kuma, Fukuoka - Japan this would be the coolest starbucks ever!

Brillia Tower Ikebukuro (ブリリアタワー池袋) / General designer : Kengo Kuma & Associates (デザイン監修 :隈研吾建築都市設計事務所).

Brillia Tower Ikebukuro (ブリリアタワー池袋) / General designer : Kengo Kuma & Associates (デザイン監修 :隈研吾建築都市設計事務所).

Stonescape by Kengo Kuma

Urban Stories: Naturescape by Kengo Kuma

Milan bamboo trees sprouted up around a topographical landscape of stone and water at this installation created by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma in Milan last month. The Naturescape was designed as an interpretation of a traditional Japanese Zen garden.

Kengo Kuma & Associates, Yusuhara Town Hall. Celebration space.

Interiors > Modern City Hall Interior The Yusuhara Town Hall Interior Design Japanese Wooden Structures. 17 times like by user Columns for Town Hall Minecraft Town Hall Interior Great Hall Interior, author Lily Gill.

Sysla-Medemoiselle BIO Headquarter in Paris, France by architect Kuma

Sysla – Mademoiselle BIO headquarters

Ooh curvy ceiling, a little bit trippy so I love it. Sysla-Medemoiselle BIO Headquarter in Paris, France by architect Kengo Kuma.

Teikyo University Elementary School by Kengo Kuma and Associates.   Japanese architect Kengo Kuma conceived this primary school in north-west Tokyo as the modern equivalent of a traditional Japanese schoolhouse with timber-clad walls. The Teikyo University Elementary School comprises a row of twelve connected classroom buildings that Kengo Kuma and Associates also compares to a row of terraced houses.

Teikyo University Elementary School by Kengo Kuma and Associates

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma conceived this primary school in north-west Tokyo as the modern equivalent of a traditional Japanese schoolhouse with timber-clad walls.

Interior shot of the new concert hall in the south of France designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma.

Kengo Kuma completes Aix en Provence Conservatory of Music

Ginzan Onsen Fujiya

Above: The double-height atrium is surrounded by a delicate screen made from bamboo slats. Kuma also incorporated an almost-transparent stained glass called Dalle de Verre (first used in the middle ages) in the project.

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