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A sloped roof lined with wooden bleachers and plants conceals the student hub that Japanese studio Kengo Kuma and Associates has created for the Tokyo Institute of Technology.
A pared-back material palette features inside Kengo Kuma and Associates' design for the Tokyo Institute of Technology.
A roof covered in bleachers that double as steps distinguish Kengo Kuma Associates' design for the Tokyo Institute of Technology.
Kengo Kuma and Associates' design for the Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) sits partially below ground, and is intended to emulate a landform or river delta "that spills into the campus" of the Japanese university.
A sloped roof lined with wooden bleachers and plants conceals this student hub that Japanese studio Kengo Kuma and Associates has created for the Tokyo Institute of Technology.
The Exchange in Sydney's East Darling Harbor area was deliberately given a "non-directional architectural form" so that it can be accessible and recognisable from all directions, the studio said.
This project in Shanghai, China, involved the renovation of a 1972 brick shipyard that had been used for shipbuilding.
Made from wood, steel and stone, the Under One Roof building holds an art and science pavilion, a technology and information gallery, and the Montreux Jazz Cafe.
Kuma designed the new galleries at the China Academy of Arts as a "sprawling village". The sloped site, a former tea plantation, now holds the Folk Art Museum, which features many small roofs that create a zigzagging roofline.
Wooden strips clad the facade of this building, which Kuma designed for the University of Tokyo's computing facility.
Museum Of Modern Art
A striking facade with a wooden grid clads the GC Prostho Museum Research Center in Kasugai, Japan.
Basement Floor Plans
Kengo Kuma and Associates has collaborated with Mad Arkitekter on the design of a library that will curve around existing trees in a small urban park in Skien, Norway.
Cabinet D Architecture
Kengo Kuma designs timber library dedicated to playwright Henrik Ibsen.
The characterful form of The Exchange is created by the staggering of its six curved floorplates, enveloped by angled walkways.
Now open to the public, the building is wrapped in 20,000 metres of light-coloured wood that Kuma has arranged in "a dynamic and exciting manner" to offer passersby glimpses of activity inside.
The photos captured by Martin Mischkulni reveal the spiralling form of the six-storey civic centre, which is Japanese architect Kuma's first building in Australia.
New York Galleries
Ribbons of wood wrap around The Exchange by Kengo Kuma, which has opened in Darling Square, Sydney, Australia.
All Natural Deodorant
Kengo Kuma designs skincare packaging for Aman hotels
Homes In Portland Oregon
Wooden House Design
Contemporary Style Homes
Portland Japanese Garden
L Shaped House
Indoor Outdoor Living
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has used an ancient East Asian landscaping principle to inform the design of this house outside Portland, Oregon.
Wooden Box Designs
Four of the boxes will meet to form the skylit central atrium, which will connect each level and let natural light permeate the building. Openings between the wooden slats allow further light to enter the galleries.
The Japanese studio founded by Kengo Kuma is designing the Odunpazari Modern Art Museum to host a large collection of Turkish modern art in Eskishehr, a university town in the northwest of the country.
Contemporary Home Decor
Kengo Kuma & Associates has revealed plans to create a modern art museum in a former wood market in Turkey, which will be made up of cluster of slatted timber blocks.