Yusuhara Marche by Kengo Kuma & Associates: A complex of a market selling local products and a small hotel with 15 rooms. In an attempt to respect the history of the surrounding traditional buildings, they used thatch, which worked as a medium to connect the past with the present http://kkaa.co.jp/

Yusuhara Marche / Kengo Kuma & Associates

Yusuhara Machino-eki Hotel and market in the mountains of Japan - Kengo Kuma and associates Yusuhara, Yusihar-Cho, Takaoka-gun, Koch, Japan.

As with the stairs I had always envisaged a chrome and glass balcony, but I think this looks pretty cool

Glass / Wood House

Interesting modern and minimalist railing: Glass/Wood House - Kengo Kuma

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Reasons Why I Choose Kengo Kuma Interior Design (Part Newport Park is a joint venture of Lippo Group and Mitsubishi. This is a full collaboration .

The buildings of Japanese architect Kengo Kuma may sometimes seem radical (his cocoon-shaped tea house, for example), but on closer inspection are thoughtful and humanistic. When Kuma was asked to renovate the four-story Ginzan Onsen Fujiya, a traditional hot spring inn in Yamagata (the Northern part of Honshu), he used traditional forms as his template but rendered them in a modern way.

A Traditional Japanese Inn Made Modern

Ginzan Onsen Fujiya in Yamagata, renovated by architect Kengo Kuma. The inn has five private hot springs; this one is screened with a wall of vertical bamboo poles and features a bamboo spout for the water.

bamboo house near the great wall of china | THE STYLE FILES

One of my favorites, Kengo Kuma. Tea at his Great (Bamboo) Wall house, China.

Bamboo trees sprouted up around a topographical landscape of stone and water at this installation created by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma.

Naturescape - Kengo Kuma & Associates – Italy Architect: Kengo Kuma & Associates Location: Milano, Italy Project type: Showroom Year: 2013 Area: In this showroom, the clean and pure pietra serena stone is used so as to recreate a .

Kengo Kuma-designed 15-room hotel, andattached fruit market in the town of Yusuhara, in the Takaoka District of Kochi, Japan,

Beautiful minimalistic wooden branches make up the interior of this market place/hotel in Yusuhara Machino-eki. This unique structure is the work of Kengo Kuma and Associates. dh Courtesy of Kengo Kuma and Associates

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4 Museum: Control void spacing for light entry. Various building patterns architect Kengo Kuma

Kengo Kuma Designs Cultural Village for Portland Japanese Garden,Arriving at the Cultural Village. Image © Kengo Kuma & Associates

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