Project: Hoshakuji Station- Plywood Ceiling Pattern Architect: Kengo Kuma An intense overhead geometric pattern is immediately evident to the viewer that creates a unique sense of depth within the space.
For a client in Japan, architect Kengo Kuma created a guest bath clad in wooden slats and with a striking window wall that lends the feeling of a tree house. The rectangular tub and basin are made of hiba wood and are offset by a sculptural stool.
Ryoguchiyakorekiyo Higashiyamaten is a minimalist house located in Aichi, Japan, designed by Kengo Kuma and Associates. The building is characterized by a large roof in the shape of a trapezoidal prism.