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Winter dreams - design set by beauty drops on @creativemarket

Winter dreams - design set by beauty drops on @creativemarket

The buildings of Japanese architect Kengo Kuma may sometimes seem radical (his cocoon-shaped tea house, for example), but on closer inspection are thoughtful and humanistic. When Kuma was asked to renovate the four-story Ginzan Onsen Fujiya, a traditional hot spring inn in Yamagata (the Northern part of Honshu), he used traditional forms as his template but rendered them in a modern way.

The buildings of Japanese architect Kengo Kuma may sometimes seem radical (his cocoon-shaped tea house, for example), but on closer inspection are thoughtful and humanistic. When Kuma was asked to renovate the four-story Ginzan Onsen Fujiya, a traditional hot spring inn in Yamagata (the Northern part of Honshu), he used traditional forms as his template but rendered them in a modern way.

this museum in Xinjin, China, by Japanese architects Kengo Kuma and Associates appears to be screened by rows of floating tiles.

this museum in Xinjin, China, by Japanese architects Kengo Kuma and Associates appears to be screened by rows of floating tiles.

Ginzan Onsen, Fujiya, Yamagata, Japan (2006) by architect Kengo Kuma www.kkaa.co.jp

Ginzan Onsen, Fujiya, Yamagata, Japan (2006) by architect Kengo Kuma www.kkaa.co.jp

House in Tokyo / Mlinaric, Henry & Zervudachivia

House in Tokyo / Mlinaric, Henry & Zervudachivia

Hiroshige Ando Museum of Art, Tochigi, Japan, by architect Kengo Kuma 隈研吾 www.kkaa.co.jp

Hiroshige Ando Museum of Art, Tochigi, Japan, by architect Kengo Kuma 隈研吾 www.kkaa.co.jp

Stonescape by Kengo Kuma - non-spreading bamboo for the back

Stonescape by Kengo Kuma - non-spreading bamboo for the back

The Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center, Tokyo, Japan, by architect Kengo Kuma. photo by guen-k

The Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center, Tokyo, Japan, by architect Kengo Kuma. photo by guen-k

japanese house design interior traditional interior

japanese house design interior traditional interior