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県庁東館から西方面を望む。

県庁東館から西方面を望む。

Optical Glass House by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP

Optical Glass House by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP A tree-filled courtyard is glimpsed through the shimmering glass-brick facade of this house in Hiroshima, designed by Japanese architect Hiroshi Nakamura.

Vertical Panorama of Sumida, Tokyo

Vertical Panorama of Sumida, Tokyo as seen from the Tokyo Skytree [OC] x

Two gunners man an anti-aircraft gun on the roof of a Tokyo department store in the last days of World War II. American planes bombed Japanese cities heavily from early in 1945 up until the bombings at Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and succeeded in crippling most of Japan's urban areas. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Two gunners man an anti-aircraft gun on the roof of a Tokyo department store in the last days of World War II. American planes bombed Japanese cities heavily from early in 1945 up until the bombings at Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and succeeded in crippling most of Japan's urban areas. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

On May 10–11, 1945 The Target Committee at Los Alamos, led by J. Robert Oppenheimer, recommended Kyoto, Hiroshima, Yokohama, and the arsenal at Kokura as possible targets. The target selection was subject to the following criteria: • The target was larger than three miles in diameter and was an important target in a large urban area. • The blast would create effective damage. • The target was unlikely to be attacked by August 1945.

Award-winning physicist Edward Teller and his team of scientists built the hydrogen bomb and also worked on the earlier atomic bomb.

The House in Tousuienn is an open plan dwelling wrapped in translucent polycarbonate that allows natural light to fill every corner. It was built in a quiet residential area of Hiroshima, Japan and accommodates a family with three children. Designed by Suppose Design Office, this one-of-a-kind urban shelter has a magical glowing affect best appreciated when the sun finally sets.

Translucent House in Tousuienn Glows After the Sun Sets Over Japan

The House in Tousuienn is an open plan dwelling wrapped in translucent polycarbonate that allows natural light to fill every corner. It was built in a quiet residential area of Hiroshima, Japan and accommodates a family with three children. Designed by Suppose Design Office, this one-of-a-kind urban shelter has a magical glowing affect best appreciated when the sun finally sets.

The garden at Chinzanso hotel. It is the historical oasis of urban area. It shows the power Aritomo Yamagata get. He can moved the temple from Hiroshima to Tokyo. 椿山荘の庭園。 広島から寺を丸ごと運んだ山県有朋の権力を感じられる歴史ある都会のオアシスでした。

The garden at Chinzanso hotel. It is the historical oasis of urban area. It shows the power Aritomo Yamagata get. He can moved the temple from Hiroshima to Tokyo. 椿山荘の庭園。 広島から寺を丸ごと運んだ山県有朋の権力を感じられる歴史ある都会のオアシスでした。

Lessons Learned: The Firebombing of Tokyo

Air Force began dropping incendiary bombs on the city of Tokyo. This raid, known as "Operation Meetinghouse," caus.

Atomic Bomb ground Zero and Surrounding Area, Hiroshima, Japan  - in August of 1945 an atomic bomb  was dropped here by the U.S. Military to force Japan's surrender and the end of WWII killing 66,000 people  - at dusk visitors report hearing voices talking, screams, desperate cries for help, see shadow figures

Atomic Bomb ground Zero and Surrounding Area, Hiroshima, Japan - in August of 1945 an atomic bomb was dropped here by the U. Military to force Japan's surrender and the end of WWII killing people -

House made with plywood "boxes" that cordon off various rooms.

House near Hiroshima w/ Positive & Negative Spaces (the plywood creates terraces & rooms w/ sense of "inside" & "outside") by Suppose Design Office in Japan.

Machi-Building  Architects: UID Architects  Location: Fukuyama, Hiroshima, Japan  Design Team: Keisuke Maeda  Year: 2011  Area: 104.16 sqm  Site Area: 130.24 sqm  Total Floor Area: 262.85 sqm

Gallery of Machi-Building / UID Architects - 5

Image 5 of 15 from gallery of Machi-Building / UID Architects. Photograph by Hiroshi Ueda

The site is located in a residential area developed on a gentle perch in Hiroshima, overlooking a far view of the Inland Sea and Miyajima. The land of this a...

The site is located in a residential area developed on a gentle perch in Hiroshima, overlooking a far view of the Inland Sea and Miyajima.

路面電車。1900形。京都市電から譲渡。愛称「大文字」。

路面電車。1900形。京都市電から譲渡。愛称「大文字」。

'm-clinic' by yamaguchi-based practice kubota architect atelier (katsufumi kubota) is a three-storey 
eye clinic and guesthouse in hiroshima, japan. situated on the border line between the city's urban
and suburban context, the design provides a visual landmark for the area with a striking exterior identity 
consisting of three angular overhangs that excise the space.

kubota architect atelier: m clinic

leibal: Residence in Hiroshima is a minimalist house located in Japan designed by Kubota Architect Atelier. The penthouse apartment has extravagant views of the Hiroshima cityscape, and utilizes complete panoramic windows alongside the perimeter.

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