Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has layered wooden boards to create striations inside this workspace and cafe for an online restaurant guide based in Osaka

Shun*Shoku Lounge completed by Kengo Kuma and Associates in Tokyo, Japan. Lead architect Kengo Kuma Related Stuff: Practical House Layout in Japan 55 Stunning Christmas Window Décor Ideas 5 Ways To Use Under Stairs Space Working And Living Space

Kengo Kuma stacks wooden layers inside office and cafe pair

Kengo Kuma stacks wooden layers inside office and cafe pair Texture and strong directional lines are created and run through out the space

Community Market Yusuhara | kengo kuma and associates

Beautiful minimalistic wooden branches make up the interior of this market place/hotel in Yusuhara Machino-eki. This unique structure is the work of Kengo Kuma and Associates. dh Courtesy of Kengo Kuma and Associates

Community Market Yusuhara | kengo kuma and associates

Yusuhara Machino-eki Hotel and market in the mountains of Japan - Kengo Kuma and associates Yusuhara, Yusihar-Cho, Takaoka-gun, Koch, Japan.

Sysla – Mademoiselle BIO headquarters | kengo kuma and associates

Sysla – Mademoiselle BIO headquarters

Japanese architect, Kengo KUMA 隈研吾

「負ける建築」を体で覚える、隈研吾氏に聞く(3)(新しい建築の鼓動2010)

"Japanese architecture is often called lightweight architecture, but this is a mistake. It vibrates between existence and expression. from "Stone Reflections" ("The Modern Japanese Garden," Michiko Rico)

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