Kacha Lemya

Kacha Lemya

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#Shigeru #Ban is a #Japanese #Architect  https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.480004925428835.1073741843.479960825433245&type=3

#Shigeru #Ban is a #Japanese #Architect https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.480004925428835.1073741843.479960825433245&type=3

#Tadao #Ando #Japanese #Architect https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.487142184715109.1073741864.479960825433245&type=1

#Tadao #Ando #Japanese #Architect https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.487142184715109.1073741864.479960825433245&type=1

Again, it is not an optical illusion, but it is a good example of how to think different ! Isamu Noguchi last work for the world expo in Osaka, japan is “Nine floating Fountains”, where as he expanded water tap illusion one step further to create incredible fountains that looks like they are flying. Not only is it real, it was built over 40 years ago for the 1970 #Osaka World Expo. This was one of nine fountains Nogucgi designed for the Expo.  https://www.facebook.com/JapanAA

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.

#Traditional #Japanese #Houses https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.485069781589016.1073741850.479960825433245&type=3

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.

Tokyo International Forum (東京国際フォーラム) https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.479999248762736.1073741837.479960825433245&type=1

Tokyo International Forum (東京国際フォーラム) https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.479999248762736.1073741837.479960825433245&type=1

Kirigami (切り紙) is a variation of origami that includes cutting of the paper (from Japanese "kiru" = to cut, "kami" = paper)

Kirigami (切り紙) is a variation of origami that includes cutting of the paper (from Japanese "kiru" = to cut, "kami" = paper)