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JA+U : Remarkable Japanese Timber Structures © Shinkenchiku-sha

JA+U : Remarkable Japanese Timber Structures / Tezuka Architects - Woods of Net: Interlocking timber logs are stacked to house this permanent installtion by colorful net artist Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam.

Café Kureon / Kengo Kuma & Asociados (4)

Galería de Café Kureon / Kengo Kuma & Asociados - 1

"Seat" a pavillion by e/b office

Composed of approximately 400 simple wooden chairs arrayed and stacked in a sine wave surface, the ‘SEAT’ public pavilion, by E/B Office, is a recently completed winning entry for this year’s Flux Project in Freedom Park.

Stacked Timber Pavillion - SL Stair Bench Inspiration

Woods Of Net by Takaharu + Yui Tezuka / Tezuka Architects. Interlocking timber logs are stacked to house this permanent installtion by colorful net artist Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam.

Sumika Pavilion by Toyo Ito & Associates, Architects The outer walls and roof of this 9 meters by 9 meters (29.5 feet by 29.5 feet) pavilion is supported by laminated timber frame arranged at 60 and 120 degree angles. Internally, four columns support the roof. The timber pattern appears random, imparting a fractured, forest-like ambience.

Sumika Pavilion by Toyo Ito & Associates, Architects The outer walls and roof of this 9 meters by 9 meters feet by feet) pavilion is supported by laminated timber frame arranged at 60 and 120 degree angles. Internally, four columns support the

MOKUZAI會館  智彥山梨/日建設計+武行岡田克/ NSD  The headquarters of the Tokyo Lumber Wholesalers Association has a facade crafted from Japanese cypress, forming engawa porches outside each floor. In order to conform to Tokyo’s stringent fire code, the main structure is reinforced concrete. Robotic CNC cutters were used to join the timbers, adapting traditional joinery techniques.

Mokuzai Kaikan by Tomohiko Yamanashi / Nikken Sekkei + Takeyuki Katsuya / NSD headquarters of the Tokyo Lumber Wholesalers Association

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Archery Hall and Boxing Club by FT Architects

Image 16 of 22 from gallery of Archery Hall & Boxing Club / FT Architects. Photograph by Shigeo Ogawa

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