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Osaka – Japanese self-taught architect, Tadao Ando reveals his approach to architecture wich stems from his engagement with nature.
Fuji, Japan – CMYK Interiors & Products worked with Fuji’s local government to turn its central train station into an accommodating gathering space.
Kyoto – Teruhiro Yanagihara’s former studio was buried in the north of Kyoto and served also as a residency for international creators.
Tokyo – Ryusuke Nanki turned ad space physical with Milkland, a bold temporary pop-up shop in Shibuya for dairy-based sweets.
Tokyo – Mastermind’s offices in Tokyo don’t look like what you’d expect from a streetwear apparel brand. And yet, to design studio I IN, it made HR sense.
Inspired by classic paintings, Japanese artist Yusuke Kamata creates installations composed only of 3D frames to show art from every angle.
Fujiyoshida, Japan – Taku Sakaushi and O.F.D.A. architects renovated a former ice storage space in Fujiyoshida and turned it into a gallery dedicated to local artists.
Furano, Japan – Instead of tearing down a house that still holds Hokkaido’s agricultural heritage, Yoshichika Takagi turned it into a residential greenhouse for a large family.
Tokoname, Japan – By building walls with openings in this Japanese house, Suppose Design Office created a continuous space divided into smaller areas.
Tokyo – In the largest Homme Plissé location Issey Miyake has ever opened, 20 percent of the space is occupied by a machine often kept behind the scenes.
Interested in updating your list of design inspiration destinations in your city guides? We’ve gathered a collection of not-to-miss spaces for you.
Kyoto – In highly urban Kyoto, architecture studio 07Beach designed a wooden house that gravitates around a tree that grows in its centre.
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