House N by Sou Fujimoto Architects in Oita, Japan

House N / Sou Fujimoto

Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto exhibited an inhabitable sculpture of stacked and suspended aluminum cubes as part of the FIAC art fair in the Parisian Jardins des Tuileries’ gardens. The installation, “Many Small Cubes” is his first project in Paris and was commissioned by the Philippe Gravier art gallery as an exploration of nomadic structures and Sou Fujimoto’s concept of bringing architecture closer to nature. © Marc Domage

Sou Fujimoto Constructs Inhabitable Nomadic Structure for Parisian Art Fair

Image 2 of 4 from gallery of Sou Fujimoto Constructs Inhabitable Nomadic Structure for Parisian Art Fair. Photograph by Marc Domage

『コード・レジスタ』報酬ドロップ率が上がる星5キャライベ&500万DLキャンペーン開始

『コード・レジスタ』報酬ドロップ率が上がる星5キャライベ&500万DLキャンペーン開始

Taiwan Tower First Prize Winning Proposal / Sou Fujimoto Architects,Courtesy of Sou Fujimoto Architects

Gallery of Taiwan Tower First Prize Winning Proposal / Sou Fujimoto Architects - 6

Image 6 of 11 from gallery of Taiwan Tower First Prize Winning Proposal / Sou Fujimoto Architects. Courtesy of Sou Fujimoto Architects

Sou Fujimoto Architects and Laisné Roussel - Canopia

Gallery of Sou Fujimoto and Laisné Roussel Propose Wooden Mixed-Use Tower for Bordeaux - The project uses silver fir and spruce beams and posts.

The bus stop created by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto in Austria has been closed because it doesn't "follow the Austrian regulations for building safety".

Sou Fujimoto bus shelter closed to prevent "possible accidents"

The bus stop created by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto in Austria has been closed because it doesn't "follow the Austrian regulations for building safety".


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