This Japanese residence by FujiwaraMuro Architects boasts a striking double-arced concrete façade that acts as both a screen and structural divider.
Despite a façade that mimics the traditional form of a house, this Tokyo house by akihisa hirata architecture office plays with new approaches to medium density living.
The Toyko Digital Art Museum is brought to you by the Tokyo-based art collective teamLab and Japanese developers, Mori Building Co. They take a borderless approach to art and architecture in an immersive experience.
Shigeru Ban designs a boutique resort in Karuizawa, Japan, using architecture as a restorative tool and contextualising connections between nature, architecture and its inhabitants.
Tree-ness House by Akihisa Hirata Architecture Office in Tokyo is inspired by the simplicity and inter-connectedness of a tree, it’s bark, branches and leaves.
Japan’s Jingshan Hotel removes the artifice from architecture. Instead of elevating the building itself, Continuation Studio contrived an architectural disappearing act that brings visitors face-to-face with nature.