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Rurousha 流浪者: Tokyo's riskiest neighbourhoods

Tokyo is the world's safest city, based on the opinion of international travellers.

"Deck_House, a Small, Beautiful Prefab where Jesus would feel right at home" Mr Charon Ferry

Deck_House: Small, Beautiful Prefab

Deck_House: Small, Beautiful Prefab--The possibilities of expanding this with such openness is enormous-- add interior walls later.

Jungle Gym designed by Svetozar Radakovich 1965

Jungle Gym designed by Svetozar Radakovich 1965 - midcentury kids design

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Unbelievable “nail houses” around the world. On a construction site of a shopping mall, Chongqing, China, 2007

Photo by Amit Geron.

In Praise of Shadows: The Corten House by Pitsou Kedem Architects

Kyojima - Narrow Street

Tokyo is the world's safest city, based on the opinion of international travellers.

Elysium Playground,© Christopher Frederick Jones

Gallery of Elysium Playground / Cox Rayner Architects - 9

Image 9 of 13 from gallery of Elysium Playground / Cox Rayner Architects. Photograph by Christopher Frederick Jones

Kyojima - Tokyo's riskiest neighbourhoods

Tokyo is the world's safest city, based on the opinion of international travellers. It's also the world's most vulnerable city when it come.

Fondazione Emilio e Annabianca Vedova  Inaugurated in 2009, this Foundation is located in the old Salt Warehouses. Its facilities have been restored by Renzo Piano.  Address: Fondamenta delle Zattere 46  www.fondazionevedova.org

Fondazione Emilio e Annabianca Vedova Inaugurated in 2009, this Foundation is located in the old Salt Warehouses. Its facilities have been restored by Renzo Piano. Address: Fondamenta delle Zattere 46 www.fondazionevedova.org

Rurousha 流浪者: Tokyo's riskiest neighbourhoods

Tokyo is the world's safest city, based on the opinion of international travellers.

Kyojima - Wooden House

Tokyo is the world's safest city, based on the opinion of international travellers.

MORIYAMA HOUSE Architect: Ryue Nishizawa Location: Tokyo Year built: 2005

The evening bath is a ritual in Japan, and public baths are still around, but this is a new twist. Moriyama curtains the bath during use, but won’t cover any other windows, “because it feels good to couple the inner space with the outside world.

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Different street patterns from different cities. Bricoleurbanism: "there really is no perfect form of street fabric.

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