Kengo Kuma _ Sakenohana

I think the color wood used with the black chairs works very nicely together. Also the forms of how the wood was used on the wall adds interesting aesthetics and new forms of lighting to the space.

This is an example of a traditional genkan--the entryway to a Japanese home. Shoes do not go past this point. My in-laws just have simple tile in their genkan.

This is an example of a traditional genkan--the entryway to a Japanese home. Shoes do not go past this point. My in-laws just have simple tile in their genkan.

Japanese "Border Kumiko" by Yoshihara Wood Works. Designer Keiji Yoshihara, from Misumi Town in Shimane Prefecture, has mastered the technique of kumiko: creating pattern & form from precisely cut, interlocking strips of wood, a method that is over 800 years old,  "Border Kumiko," can serve as subtle lighting, elegant trim or more overt decorative wall-mounted elements.

Japanese "Border Kumiko" by Yoshihara Wood Works. Designer Keiji Yoshihara has mastered the technique of kumiko: creating pattern form from precisely cut, interlocking strips of wood, a method that is over 800 years old.

Estructura de madera combinada con el blanco de las paredes, mucha luz, vuelos y orientación

Galería de Yatsugatake Villa / MDS - 20

Long desk - Yatsugatake Villa in Hokuto-City, Japan / designed MDS (photo by Toshiyuki Yano)

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