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Timber and Concrete Unite to create a Dramatically Sloping Roof Café | Takahama Cafe

Named Takahama Cafe, the newly introduced structure seamlessly connects the earth and atmosphere and reflects the surrounding environment.

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Timber and Concrete Unite to create a Dramatically Sloping Roof Café | Takahama Cafe

Named Takahama Cafe, the newly introduced structure seamlessly connects the earth and atmosphere and reflects the surrounding environment.

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Kengo Kuma’s The Exchange in Australia

Kengo Kuma’s Timber-Wrapped Tower in Sydney, Australia | The Exchange

Ribbons of pastel wood wrap The Exchange tower in Darling Square, Sydney Australia.

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World Architecture Day

World Architecture Day: 25 Beautifully Designed Architectural Wonders

Architecture and design are few of the art forms which have successfully mesmerized the world and stayed firm through the test of time. Besides i...

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Carbon Fibre Entwined With Bamboo

Carbon Fibre Entwined With Bamboo -The Material of the Future | Kengo Kuma

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma weaved two materials- Bamboo and Carbon fibre- to build this unique structure, which is known as Bamboo Ring.

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Kengo Kumas Tessellated Building with Exquisite Wood-Paneled Eaves | Japan

Kengo Kumas Tessellated Building with Exquisite Wood-Paneled Eaves | Japan

The design features extensive wood-paneled eaves in a tessellated structure, creating a delicate interplay of materiality and transparency.

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Ar Kengo Kuma Amongst Times Most Influential | SURFACES REPORTER News Update

Architect Kengo Kuma, one of the most influential architects of the 21st century has been included in the list of TIME 100 listing, a much awaite...

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Kadokawa Culture Museum-Architecture Firm in Japan

Kengo Kuma uses 20000 individual Granite Pieces for the Kadokawa Culture Museum facade

Kengo Kuma and Associates designed Kadokawa Culture Museum in Japan by using 20,000 individual pieces of granite.

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