Kanagawa Institute of Technology Workshop by Junya Ishigami / amazing space, an architectural forest

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arboskin

ArboSkin spiky facade made from bioplastics (containing over 90 percent renewable materials) by ITKE in Stuttgart, Germany, photography by Roland Halbe

Junya Ishigami

air as architecture : junya ishigami : japan

KANAZAWA LIBRARY

Kanazawa Umimirai Library, Kanazawa, 2011 - Kazumi Kudo + Hiroshi Horiba / Coelacanth K&H Architects

AUSTRIAN PAVILLION PROPOSAL MILANO EXPO

Austrian Pavilion for Expo 2015 by Chris Precht (penda) and Alex Daxböck. Image courtesy of Chris Precht and Alex Daxböck

Perforated concrete walls encase La Tallera gallery by Frida Escobedo

Image 7 of 46 from gallery of La Tallera / Frida Escobedo. Photograph by Rafael Gamo

✚ ‘How small? How vast? How architecture grows?’, by Junya Ishigami #junya #ishigami #japanese #architect #architecture #japan #retrospective #exhibition #deSingel #antwerp #scale #models #amasian #amasia

light color on roof. junya ishigami exhibition: how small? how vast? how architecture grows, tokyo

atro de la alhambra concurso Aires Mateus colaboradores: jorge p. silva, neus beneyto, germán pró, blanca morales, matilde girão, joão esteves, olga sanina, ania aguilar, elod glocza, ezio siciliano, luz palacio, alexandre branco, francesca lupo

new atrium for the alhambra - international competition location : granada, spain date : december 2010 - february 2011 authors : .

Centre Culturel et Touristique d’Asakusa / Kengo Kuma & Associates

Centre Culturel et Touristique d’Asakusa / Kengo Kuma & Associates

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