Tag Osaka, Japan

Tadao Ando. Suntory Museum, Osaka

19-01-2007

Tadao Ando. Suntory Museum, Osaka

Project: Museum, 3D IMAX Cinema, restaurantLocation: Osaka, JapanArchitect: Tadao Ando Architect and AssociatesClient: Suntory Co. LtdProject date: Jun 1991- Aug 1992Construction date: Sep 1992- Oct 1994Builders: Takenaka Corp. Obayashi CorpSite area: 13,429.40 square metresBuilding area: 3,983.80 square metresUseful surface area: 13,804.10 square metres

Paul Andreu. Osaka Maritime Museum. 2001

28-03-2007

Paul Andreu. Osaka Maritime Museum. 2001

The works of Paul Andreu, a Parisian architect known primarily for his mega-projects - airports, theatres and stadiums - combine the latest in advanced technology with thorough understanding of the spirit of the place.

Kengo Kuma. LVMH. Osaka, Japan. 2004

18-10-2007

Kengo Kuma. LVMH. Osaka, Japan. 2004

The building is the Louis Vuiton group's headquarters in Japan, which is why its image needs to have such a high impact on the city's skyline.

Coo Planning: Hamadera house

15-09-2010

Coo Planning: Hamadera house

A house with a wooden structure and interior finishes stands proudly and impenetrably among the other houses in the suburbs of Osaka. Despite the tiny size of the lot and the built surface area, Coo Planning has come up with a practical, flexible design based on careful study of views in the interior.

Perrault’s Fukoku Tower in Osaka

11-04-2011

Perrault’s Fukoku Tower in Osaka

Dominique Perrault’s Fukoku Tower in Osaka will provide a possible definition of sustainability. The French archistar sees architecture as a question of materials, of inventive composition and of relating to the landscape, elements which must co-exist to raise a work of architecture to the status of landmark.

Persimmon Hills, redesigning an apartment in Osaka

24-01-2018

Persimmon Hills, redesigning an apartment in Osaka

The Japanese architecture firm Persimmon Hills, led by Yusuke Kakinoki and Shuhei Hirooka, redesigned a first-floor apartment in a block in Osaka, adapting it to the owners' new needs.

Farewell to Paul Andreu, the airport architect

22-10-2018

Farewell to Paul Andreu, the airport architect

Paul Andreu died in Paris at the age of 80 on October 11, 2018. The architect, engineer, writer and painter was known primarily for his airports, starting with Charles-de-Gaulle in Paris – Roissy, opened in 1974, and also including airports in Bordeaux, Nice, Abu Dhabi, Cairo, Dar es Salaam, Point-à-Pitre and many more all over the world.

MAD builds a kindergarten in Okazaki out of timber and asphalt shingles

23-11-2018

MAD builds a kindergarten in Okazaki out of timber and asphalt shingles

MAD’s first building in Japan is a kindergarten which begins with reinterpretation of the existing building in a new volumetric style using innovative materials

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