Floating Fountains is Isamu Noguchi last work for the World Expo in Japan. Noguchi took this water tap illusion one step further and developed nine “floating” fountains for the in Osaka, Japan. Incredible fountains that looks like they are flying.
a bit chaotic, if the neighbor buildings had a very simple facade this could be very different but now just added to the disorganization in my idea. Yamaha Corporation (Ginza, Tokyo, Japan) by Nikken Sekkei.
One of the features of Japanese houses is the tremendous variety of roof styles, depending on the locality and the occupation of the owner. These styles can, however, be classified roughly into three styles called Yosemuné, Kirizuma and Irimoya.
Japanese Architecture "The distinctive feature of a traditional Japanese building is the way in which the house is open to nature. The main materials used are wood, earth, and paper, and the construction spreads out sideways rather than upwards.