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Kazuo Shinohara (April 1925 – July was a highly influential Japanese architect who formed what is now widely known as the “Shinohara School”, which has been linked to the works of Toyo. Modern Japanese Architecture, Space Architecture, Japanese Buildings, Concrete Architecture, Pavilion Architecture, Religious Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Residential Architecture, Shizuoka
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Kazuo Shinohara (April 2, 1925 – July 15, 2006) was a highly influential Japanese architect who formed what is now widely known as the “Shinohara School”, which has been linked to the works of Toyo...

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House in Higashi Tamagawa, 1973 Architect: Kazuo Shinohara, 1973 Tokyo-to, Setagaya-ku, Higashitamagawa Japanese Architecture, Architecture Details, Interior Architecture, Tokyo Architecture, How To Build A Log Cabin, Italian Villa, Abandoned Places, My House, Facade
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House in Higashi Tamagawa - Kazuo Shinohara

House in Higashi Tamagawa, 1973 Architect: Kazuo Shinohara, 1973 Tokyo-to, Setagaya-ku, Higashitamagawa 1-6-11 "This building by Shinohara stands on a street corner next to a 1973 house in the architect' s so called Second Style. the house is inward looking and is organized around a "fissure space". The new building is more responsive to the urban context. It has three functionally separate parts: a clinic, a study and an apartment with an attic space. The clinic is a reinforced concrete box…

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Kazuo Shinohara

(1925-2006)

Fuente: socks studioThe second house Kazuo Shinohara designed for Japanese poet Shuntaro Tanikawa, lies in the mountains in Nagano prefecture.Built in this summer house materializes the Japanese Architecture, Interior Architecture, Pavilion Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Residential Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Home Interior, Interior And Exterior, Japanese Joinery
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Kazuo Shinohara

(1925-2006)

Fuente: socks studioThe second house Kazuo Shinohara designed for Japanese poet Shuntaro Tanikawa, lies in the mountains in Nagano prefecture.Built in this summer house materializes the Japanese Architecture, Interior Architecture, Pavilion Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Residential Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Home Interior, Interior And Exterior, Japanese Joinery
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Kazuo Shinohara - The outdoor/indoor Tanigawa House, Karuizawa 1974. Via (via). “I would like the houses I design to stand forever on this earth. … I intend to devote myself to attempting to inscribe...

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House in Uehara - Kazuo Shinohara

House in Uehara Architect: Kazuo Shinohara, , 1976 Shibuya, Tokyo "The client is a photographer, and the first-floor space is a studio. The residential spaces are upstairs. On the second floor, an unaccustomed visitor must carefully pick his way, lest he end up with a bloody nose or bump on the head. Though the occupants are not reduced to cogs in a machina, savage or otherwise, they cede pride of place to the structure." source: The Architecture of Tokyo, Hiroshi Watanabe

Kazuo Shinohara - Umbrella House, Tokio 1961 Source by monikasailer Architecture Du Japon, Modern Japanese Architecture, Minimalist Architecture, Architecture Old, Arch House, Facade House, Shizuoka, Building Structure, Building A House
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Kazuo Shinohara - Interior of the house on a curved road (the “savage machine”), Tokyo 1978 - scanned from Kazuo Shinohara

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Fuente: socks studioThe second house Kazuo Shinohara designed for Japanese poet Shuntaro Tanikawa, lies in the mountains in Nagano prefecture.Built in this summer house materializes the Architecture Ireland, Japanese Architecture, Architecture Details, Interior Architecture, Small Country Homes, Moore House, Arch Interior, Famous Architects, Building
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Kazuo Shinohara

(1925-2006)

Kazuo Shinohara (April 1925 – July was a highly influential Japanese architect who formed what is now widely known as the “Shinohara School”, which has been linked to the works of Toyo. Modern Japanese Architecture, Space Architecture, Japanese Buildings, Concrete Architecture, Pavilion Architecture, Religious Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Residential Architecture, Shizuoka
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TIT Centennial Hall, Kazuo Shinohara –––––– Kazuo Shinohara Tokyo Institute of Technology Centennial Hall Public Infrastructure Modern Japanese Architecture, Architecture Program, Famous Architects, Design Process, Skyscraper, House Styles, Building, Artwork, Traditional Japanese
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Kazuo Shinohara - Interior of the house on a curved road (the “savage machine”), Tokyo 1978 - scanned from Kazuo Shinohara Architecture Program, Sacred Architecture, Minimalist Architecture, Japanese Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Interior Architecture, Arch Interior, Interior And Exterior, Light Study
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