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Movable shrine

In a depopulated village in the moutain region of Kochi in Japan, Kikuma Watanabe designed a movable shrine made of steel pipes wood and polycarbonate panels.

 

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Kamiuma House

Located in a dense residential district in Tokyo, the house designed by Chop+Archi is distinguished by its triangular shape and includes three voids that serve as intermediary spaces.

 

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Newtown House

The Newtown house in Kyoto designed by Kohei Yukawa and Hiroto Kawaguchi, features a central open and continuous space that has floors and steps at various levels.

 

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Ana House by Kochi

By seeing all the rooms at once through dramatic cuts on floors and walls, Kochi’s single family house in Tokyo is a ‘cubist’ intervention on architecture, to increase the perception of space.  

 

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Ono-Sake Warehouse

The Ono-Sake Warehouse designed by Eureka studio and G architects in Tsukuba, Japan, is a wide shop dedicated to the distribution of sake that by night turns into a lantern.

 

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CoFuFun

The design for the plaza, completed by Japanese studio Nendo in Tenri, offers a convivial atmosphere and leads visitors to hum, happily, while they’re there.

 

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