Search Results for: Japan

Gré Square House | Suzuki Architects

| 18 : 00 – 02 June 2018 |     Japan based Suzuki Architects design Gré Square House – combination of an shop and residence nestled in a hilly neighborhood outside Shizuoka city. Located at an intersectionRead more

The Dovecote granary | Tiago do Vale Architects

| 19 : 30 – 30 May 2018 | 19th century built Dovecote Granary renovated by Tiago do Vale Architects seeks to amalgamate with its surroundings as a ‘treehouse-temple’ in a farmland in Portugal. Located in the ruralRead more

Puzzling ‘Yosegi Stool’ | TAMEN

| 16 : 00 – 12 May, 2018 |   TAMEN, founded by Brooklyn-based designer Yoshiaki Ito designs a ‘puzzled’ Yosegi Stool as a part of the home collection of ‘Designed in New York, crafted inRead more

Concrete Canvas | Neal Aronowitz Design

| 17 : 00 – 24  March 2018 |     Concrete Canvas is a series of concrete tables and consoles from Neal Aronowitz Design who is famous for his sculpturally inspired furniture and lighting pieces. ConcreteRead more

Suzuka Church | Alphaville Architects

| 11 : 15 – 13 March 2018 |   Inspired by spectacular mountains surrounding Suzuka city, Kyoto based Alphaville Architects designed Catholic Suzuka Church featuring a eye striking cascade of sloping roofs. Located at a busyRead more

Bihar Museum | Maki & Associates and Opolis

| 16 : 45 – 26 February 2018 |   Designed by Pritzker prize winner Architect Fumihiko Maki in collaboration in Opolis Architects, The Bihar museum is an ode to the treasures of many civilizations that onceRead more

Kiah House | Austin Maynard Architects

| 10 : 30 – 15 February 2018 |     The Kiah House designed by Austin Maynard Architects is a thoughtful extension of a Victorian era abode which spells peace and tranquility everywhere. Located inRead more

Roll tight! Paper Torch by Nendo Design

| 20.00 – 26 September 2017 |     Nendo Design from Japan have introduced Paper torch by printing durable electronic circuits on paper which emits light when rolled up tight! Paper circuits are becoming increasinglyRead more