landscape architecture + urban design Namba Parks in Osaka, Japan

It's like a modern whoville! landscape architecture + urban design Namba Parks in Osaka, Japan. cities can be green spaces. I absolutely love this reinvention of the modern city!

Kawase Hasui (1883-1957, born Tokyo; died Tokyo, active Japan), Kyoto, Chion-in, August 1937, Showa period (1926-1989), Color woodcut,

Kawase Hasui Kyoto, Chion-in, August Showa period Color woodcut, Museum purchase: Lucy Shaw Schultz Fund

St. Mary’s Cathedral, by Kenzo Tange, Tokyo, Japan (1964 - hyperbolic concrete walls decades before computers)

Mary’s Cathedral in Tokyo, Japan, by Tange Kenzo, 1964 (gallery, via kateoplis) “ The original 1899 structure was a Gothic wooden building which burned down during World War II. The building’s.

SISII / Yuko Nagayama & Associates

SISII / Yuko Nagayama & Associates

Sisii Showroom by Yuko Nagayama & Associates In collaboration with landscape designer Toshiya Ogino, the space is defined by a raised steel platform and mirrored walls at the back expand the showroom.

Fujiya Ginzan - Jonathan Savoie > Architecture

The Ginzan Onsen Fujiya is a completely wooden hotel 4 storeys high designed by Kengo Kuma in the prefecture of Yamagata.The existing façade has been restructured using the centuries-old wood of the original structure, whereas the internal space has bee…

SISII / Yuko Nagayama & Associates

Gallery of SISII / Yuko Nagayama & Associates - 6

Sisii Showroom by Yuko Nagayama & Associates In collaboration with landscape designer Toshiya Ogino, the space is defined by a raised steel platform and mirrored walls at the back expand the showroom.

Sangosan: an old minka on a western island in Japan renovated into a library | Spoon & Tamago

Sangosan: an old minka on a western island in Japan renovated into a library

Sangosan: an old minka on a western island in Japan renovated into a library | Spoon & Tamago

Gallery - Kikutake's Sky House: Where Metabolism & Le Corbusier Meet - 1

Gallery of Kikutake's Sky House: Where Metabolism & Le Corbusier Meet - 1

Kikutake's Sky House: Where Metabolism & Le Corbusier Meet,Sky House, Tokyo, Image © Kawashima Architecture Photograph Office

Tenri Station plaza CoFuFun by Nendo

Nendo looks to ancient Japanese tombs for first landscape architecture project

Prolific Japanese design studio Nendo has now moved into urban design, unveiling its massive CoFuFun plaza near Kyoto.

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