Tag Kengo Kuma

TAKESHI HOSAKA ARCHITECTS - Ku u so u /Fantazie/ exhibition

12-08-2013

TAKESHI HOSAKA ARCHITECTS - Ku u so u /Fantazie/ exhibition

The exhibition of the work of Takeshi Hosaka organised by the České Budějovice Art House has just closed.

Experimental and eco-friendly home by Kengo Kuma.

21-03-2013

Experimental and eco-friendly home by Kengo Kuma.

Kengo Kuma has created a diaphanous structure that exists in close symbiosis with its landscape, starting from an old, indigenous model: the earth house.

An urban redevelopment show. Lights/out Pasubio.

08-11-2012

An urban redevelopment show. Lights/out Pasubio.

The professional association of architects in the Province of Parma, organised a night to show off the potential of an old industrial building, whose suggestive spaces are waiting for a new use.

Kuma: Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center

03-10-2012

Kuma: Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center

Kengo Kuma goes back to the soul of Tokyo’s Asakusa district to design a tower building that seems to be the product of overlapping a series of traditional houses. Wood is the material which defines the façades, alluding to the Japanese building tradition in a contemporary way.

NOUVELLES ARCHITECTURES, FRAC exhibition, Paris

21-09-2012

NOUVELLES ARCHITECTURES, FRAC exhibition, Paris

An exhibition at the Pompidou Centre in Paris celebrates the thirtieth anniversary of FRAC, Fonds régionaux d’art contemporain (regional contemporary art funds).

Kuma: GC Prostho Museum Research Center

11-04-2012

Kuma: GC Prostho Museum Research Center

Kengo Kuma creates a building using a system of interlocking wooden elements named Cidori after a traditional Japanese game. The design inspires the plan for the building, and the result is a unique work with a bold graphic impact: contemporary architecture brings together different arts.

KENGO KUMA, Yusuhara Marche

12-03-2012

KENGO KUMA, Yusuhara Marche

Kengo Kuma’s building is a complex including a small hotel with 15 rooms and a covered area for sale of local products containing strong references to Japanese building traditions.

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