Tag Nacasa & Partners Inc.

Nakamura & NAP: Sayama Forest Chapel and the gassho structure

16-08-2017

Nakamura & NAP: Sayama Forest Chapel and the gassho structure

Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP use the traditional “gassho” structure in their Sayama Forest Chapel project: a steeply sloped roof inspired by the shape of praying hands. Nakamura & NAP’s Sayama Forest Chapel is located in Tokyo’s biggest water reserve.

Ginza Place Tokyo, Klein Dytham Architecture

02-08-2017

Ginza Place Tokyo, Klein Dytham Architecture

The project by the Klein Dytham Architecture studio is part of Tokyo’s most glamorous district, with a sophisticated façade that interacts well with existing buildings and recalls the traditional technique of sukashibori.

Florian Busch Architects K8 Bar Gallery in Kyoto

20-03-2017

Florian Busch Architects K8 Bar Gallery in Kyoto

The little building designed by Florian Busch Architects to host a bar and gallery in Kyoto is a continuous space on 8 levels, an entirely vertical experience.

ARTechnic architects designed Breeze, a residential building containing an office in Tokyo

21-10-2015

ARTechnic architects designed Breeze, a residential building containing an office in Tokyo

In the Tokyo residential district of Setagaya, ARTechnic architects designed a complex consisting of eight apartments and one office called Breeze. Privacy and transparency are the key concepts inspiring ARTechnic architects in the architecture of Breeze.

Takeshi Hosaka: 60 m2 home made of earth in Yokohama

25-09-2013

Takeshi Hosaka: 60 m2 home made of earth in Yokohama

Takeshi Hosaka’s recent projects, such as his Yokohama house on a 60 m2 lot, demonstrate the ability of his architecture to meet people’s everyday needs, which determine the form, materials and design of the project. What is truly innovative about Hosaka’s project is that it transforms a two-level house into a three-level one, optimising use of the basement and increasing the amount of indoor space that benefits from sunlight.

ARTechnic architects: M&M Rosie in Tokyo

20-10-2010

ARTechnic architects: M&M Rosie in Tokyo

An architectural composition is often created out of an opportunity, a complex condition requiring further resolution. This was the case of a private home completed in 2010 by ARTechnic architects in the Setagaya district in Tokyo.

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