Horai Onsen Bath House | kengo kuma and associates

Horai Onsen Bath House

Kengo Kuma Horai Onsen Bath House / kengo kuma and associates

Shinkenchiku (New Architecture) December 2012 Water / Cherry Architect: Kengo Kuma & Associates

There's so much design in this place, I can't figure out where the comfortable living space begins! Shinkenchiku (New Architecture) December 2012 Water / Cherry Architect: Kengo Kuma & Associates

What a wonderful MEDITATION SPOT! A great sentiment from the book, SHAMANIC GARDENING: TIMELESS TECHNIQUES FOR THE MODERN SUSTAINABLE GARDEN... "The earth moves at a slow rhythm, closer to that of a flower blooming. Calling the mind to the deepest part of the heart’s sensory system, or the inner senses, develops your ability to attune to that rhythm."

Funny pictures about Pond room. Oh, and cool pics about Pond room. Also, Pond room.

Japan 2013 - Ekouin Nenbutsudo. Architect: Yutaka Kawahara. bamboo/ temple/ green/ japan/ tokyo/

Forming a refuge of tranquility in the heart of Tokyo, Yutaka Kawahara Design Studio has created the magical ‘Ekouin Nenbutsudo Temple’ veiled in trees.

Peter Zumthor | "The Thinking Architect" in Remodelista, love those huge glass windows in the kitchen.

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Built by Renzo Piano Building Workshop in Turin, Italy with date 2015. Images by Enrico Cano. The project for the new Intesa Sanpaolo head office is both an environmental and social laboratory and an urban proje...

Intesa Sanpaolo Office Building / Renzo Piano Building Workshop

Image 1 of 37 from gallery of Intesa Sanpaolo Office Building & Renzo Piano Building Workshop. Photograph by Enrico Cano

Stunning Entryway of the Nishi Building Includes a Suspended Ceiling of 2,150 Reclaimed Boards from Old Homes and a Basketball Court http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/05/nishi-building/

March Studio's Hotel Lobby in Australia Named World's Best Interior of Hotel Hotel Lobby and Nishi Grand Stair Interior / March Studio. Image Courtesy of March Studio

The internationally known architect Paul Rudolph designed the Bass residence in 1970. He studied with Walter Gropius and you can see that his style was an audacious mix of Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Kahn and Mies Van Der Rohe. Check our selection of articles about Modernist architecture click on the image.

The internationally-known architect Paul Rudolph designed the Bass residence in He studied with Walter Gropius and you can see that his style was an audacious mix of Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Kahn and Mies Van Der Rohe.


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