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Shimogamo Shrine Kamonochomei Hojo-Hermitage / Kengo Kuma and Associates

An interior shot from a temporary dwelling constructed from timber, plastic and magnets designed by Kengo Kuma. The plastic is thin enough for the magnetic forced to penetrate through, and is a translucent shelter.

Hou de Sousa’s proposal Sticks was chosen as the winning design for the 2016 Folly Competition held by the Architectural League of New York and Socrates Scul...

Hou de Sousa’s proposal Sticks was chosen as the winning design for the 2016 Folly Competition held by the Architectural League of New York and Socrates Scul. Not truss but easily find-out

"Fragile Shelter, designed by Hidemi Nishida, is a temporary shelter in the wild winter forest in Japan. This shelter leads people to gather together, and take part in a number of events and activities within the shelter."

thekhooll: “Winter House - Fragile Shelter Project Hidemi Nishida Studio “This project is a temporary shelter in the wild winter forest. It leads people to gather, and number of events happened there.

Zwei Sporthallen in Tokio / Fachwerk auf Japanisch - Architektur und Architekten - News / Meldungen / Nachrichten - BauNetz.de

Fachwerk auf Japanisch - Zwei Sporthallen in Tokio

Article source: FT Architects The project consists of two buildings, an archery hall and a boxing club, standing a few hundred meters apart on the grounds of Kogakuin University in west Tokyo. The formal rituals of Kyudo (Japanese archery) and the .

Kengo Kuma’s temporary dwelling made from wood and plastic and held together with magnets

Shimogamo Jinja Hojo-an, Kyoto, Japan by Kengo Kuma Architect :: temporary dwelling: ETFE plastic, wood and magnets

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Kengo Kuma’s temporary dwelling made from magnets

kengo kuma hojoan Using beams made from Japanese cedar, strips of ETFE plastic, and interlocking magnets

Photo: Kimito Takahashi. “Light of Shodoshima”: giant dome constructed of 5,000 island-grown bamboo trees, and illuminated at night by LEDs.

'Light of Shodoshima' giant dome constructed of island-grown bamboo trees . illuminated at night by LEDs photo: Kimito Takahashi

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