Shinkenchiku (New Architecture) December 2012 Water / Cherry Architect: Kengo Kuma & Associates

Shinkenchiku (New Architecture) December 2012 Water / Cherry Architect: Kengo Kuma & Associates

"Besançon Art Center and Cité de la Musique" (2013) interior view of wall-window| Besançon, France • Kengo Kuma + Associates.  ""To realize this “shade of trees” like space, we assembled different natural materials to create a mosaic on the roof." — Kengo Kuma + Associates

Besançon Art Center and Cité de la Musique

"Besançon Art Center and Cité de la Musique" (2013) interior view of wall-window| Besançon, France • Kengo Kuma + Associates. ""To realize this “shade of trees” like space, we assembled different natural materials to create a mosaic on the roof." — Kengo Kuma + Associates

FLEXBRICK. Tejido cerámico Ceramic textiles Tissu céramique Teixit ceràmic. Celosía/Lattice/Treillis/Brise soleil/Grilles; Celosía colgante/Suspended lattice

FLEXBRICK. Tejido cerámico Ceramic textiles Tissu céramique Teixit ceràmic. Celosía/Lattice/Treillis/Brise soleil/Grilles; Celosía colgante/Suspended lattice

Suntory Museum of Art (2007) by Kengo Kuma, Roppongi, Tokyo

Suntory Museum of Art (2007) by Kengo Kuma, Roppongi, Tokyo

kengo kuma plans louvered tomioka city hall in central japan - designboom | architecture & design magazine

kengo kuma plans louvered tomioka city hall in central japan - designboom | architecture & design magazine

kengo kuma ryoguchiyakorekiyo higashiyamaten shop aichi japan designboom

kengo kuma ryoguchiyakorekiyo higashiyamaten shop aichi japan designboom

Lotus House (2005) | Villa, Eastern Japan • Kengo Kuma + Associates. "In traditional Japanese architecture building elements are very small: wood, rice paper, and sometimes stone. Usually there is space in between those elements to allow for natural breezes. I apply these methods in my own architecture in designing modern buildings." ― Kengo Kuma

Lotus House (2005) | Villa, Eastern Japan • Kengo Kuma + Associates. "In traditional Japanese architecture building elements are very small: wood, rice paper, and sometimes stone. Usually there is space in between those elements to allow for natural breezes. I apply these methods in my own architecture in designing modern buildings." ― Kengo Kuma

Kengo Kuma's detail on a large scale. Besançon Art Center and Cité de la Musique

Kengo Kuma's detail on a large scale. Besançon Art Center and Cité de la Musique

Towada Kindergarten by Kengo Kuma                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

Community centre by Kengo Kuma has an undulating floor

Towada Kindergarten by Kengo Kuma Plus

kengo kuma and associates | museum of wisdom - xinjin zhi museum [cheng, du, china].

kengo kuma and associates | museum of wisdom - xinjin zhi museum [cheng, du, china].

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