The minute I sat down with these gorgeous images from Lisa Zeising, I was immediately searching for a way to join Chef Jakubiec’s Garden Harvest Supper Club. Infused with local talent from the likes of Wit Weddings, Meant To Be Calligraphy, and Silk And
Stair-less Aizu Sazaedo, Fukushima, Japan : Inside the stairless one of a kind temple in Aizu City, the floors run atop each other in such a way that you will never pass a person coming the opposite direction.
I wonder if the slopes were caused by foot steps. I've always marveled at that since I visited the Capital steps as a small child./// That makes sense, in this picture, as the steps look real and not staged for a "look".
Shinro Ohtake, Haisha (dentist), A structural and graphic intervention has turned this old dentist’s house-office into a sculpture. It is one of the works in the Art House Project on the island of Naoshima, Japan,