This Japanese residence by FujiwaraMuro Architects boasts a striking double-arced concrete façade that acts as both a screen and structural divider.
Ryoji Iedokoro Architecture Office have created a mesmerising interior for a yakiniku restaurant in the heart of Tokyo’s Roppongi district.
Renowned for their abundant use of wood and nature-focussed designs, Hiroshi Nakamura Architects have created a private home with a steel exterior and an all-wood, contrasting interior in Ichikawa, in Tokyo’s neighbouring Chiba Prefecture.
Japanese architect Masato Sekiyo’s innovative and practical approach for a cantilevered concrete structure as a contemporary holiday fishing cabin and residence in Japan’s Ohmine mountain range.
Kouichi Kimura of FORM Architects, creates an open-plan residence in Japan’s Shiga Prefecture, connecting living spaces with a key outdoor patio for the owners own private yoga studio.
The Slow is a new design hotel bridging modern and traditional elements with local stone, native wood and raw concrete to instill “tropical brutalism”. Australian owners, in partnership with a local Balinese studio, GFAB Architects, have created a contemporary island stay in the heart of Canggu, Bali.