Febiyanti Hendriyanto

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MFO Park in Zurich. By Burckhardt+Partner AG Zurich & Raderschallpartner AG. Photography © Michael Fritschi.

MFO Park in Zurich. By Burckhardt+Partner AG Zurich & Raderschallpartner AG. Photography © Michael Fritschi.

Bloomberg Pavillon par Akihisa Hirata

Bloomberg Pavillon par Akihisa Hirata

Landscape of Stone and Water zen garden interpretation3

Landscape of Stone and Water zen garden interpretation3

cité des arts + cité de la musique - besançon - kengo kuma

cité des arts + cité de la musique - besançon - kengo kuma

A sloping asphalt landscape, which features bike stands, terraces and gardens, surrounds the building and acts as a congregation area for staff.

A sloping asphalt landscape, which features bike stands, terraces and gardens, surrounds the building and acts as a congregation area for staff.

Great use of shadows in this arched walkway, downtown Phoenix, Arizona. -The LA Team www.landarchs.com

Great use of shadows in this arched walkway, downtown Phoenix, Arizona. -The LA Team www.landarchs.com

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Not Your Ordinary Log Home - 11591KN | 1st Floor Master Suite, Butler Walk-in…

Not Your Ordinary Log Home - 11591KN | 1st Floor Master Suite, Butler Walk-in…

Sol LeWitt, Double Negative Pyramid

Sol LeWitt, Double Negative Pyramid

Coffee ... Tokyo-based and world-renowned architect Kengo Kuma has designed a Starbucks store in Japan located in Fukuoka Perfecture, on the street leading straight to a shrine called Dazaifu Tenmagu, dedicated to a Japanese deity. More than 2,000 woven cedar sticks, creating a loosely woven lattice that extends beyond the storefront’s edge. The shop’s design is, according to Kuma the “fusion of traditional and contemporary and is made up of natural materials both traditional and modern”.

Coffee ... Tokyo-based and world-renowned architect Kengo Kuma has designed a Starbucks store in Japan located in Fukuoka Perfecture, on the street leading straight to a shrine called Dazaifu Tenmagu, dedicated to a Japanese deity. More than 2,000 woven cedar sticks, creating a loosely woven lattice that extends beyond the storefront’s edge. The shop’s design is, according to Kuma the “fusion of traditional and contemporary and is made up of natural materials both traditional and modern”.