Kengo Kuma : Mur de Bambou - Great (Bamboo) Wall, village SOHO, Badaling, Chine du nord (2001-2003)

Kengo Kuma : Mur de Bambou - Great (Bamboo) Wall, village SOHO, Badaling, Chine du nord (2001-2003)

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From A Simpler Time: SunnyHills by Kengo Kuma | Projects | Interior Design

From A Simpler Time: SunnyHills by Kengo Kuma | Projects | Interior Design

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Nest We Grow  / College of Environmental Design UC Berkeley  + Kengo Kuma & Associates

Nest We Grow / College of Environmental Design UC Berkeley + Kengo Kuma & Associates

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kengo kuma crafts single-storey PC garden house in japan

kengo kuma crafts single-storey PC garden house in japan

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Modernist Aries. Glass / Wood House by Kengo Kuma, New Canaan, Connecticut USA by manuela

Modernist Aries. Glass / Wood House by Kengo Kuma, New Canaan, Connecticut USA by manuela

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Yusuhara Wooden Bridge Museum / Kengo Kuma & Associates

Yusuhara Wooden Bridge Museum / Kengo Kuma & Associates

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Sake no Hana | kengo kuma and associates

Sake no Hana | kengo kuma and associates

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Kengo Kuma & Associates, Rasmus Hjortshøj · Asakusa Culture and Tourism Center · Divisare

Kengo Kuma & Associates, Rasmus Hjortshøj · Asakusa Culture and Tourism Center · Divisare

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Shimogamo Jinja Hojoan by Kengo Kuma and Associates via dezeen

Shimogamo Jinja Hojoan by Kengo Kuma and Associates via dezeen

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Coffee ... Tokyo-based and world-renowned architect Kengo Kuma has designed a Starbucks store in Japan located in Fukuoka Perfecture, on the street leading straight to a shrine called Dazaifu Tenmagu, dedicated to a Japanese deity. More than 2,000 woven cedar sticks, creating a loosely woven lattice that extends beyond the storefront’s edge. The shop’s design is, according to Kuma the “fusion of traditional and contemporary and is made up of natural materials both traditional and modern”.

Coffee ... Tokyo-based and world-renowned architect Kengo Kuma has designed a Starbucks store in Japan located in Fukuoka Perfecture, on the street leading straight to a shrine called Dazaifu Tenmagu, dedicated to a Japanese deity. More than 2,000 woven cedar sticks, creating a loosely woven lattice that extends beyond the storefront’s edge. The shop’s design is, according to Kuma the “fusion of traditional and contemporary and is made up of natural materials both traditional and modern”.

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