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naruse inokuma aligns mountaintop structure in japan with its sloping topography


the interior contains three levels that gradually rise up to house souvenir shops, a restaurant, and a café space.

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this wearable notepad keeps your last-minute memos handy


japanese design studio kenma found that there was a significant need for the design of a wearable that could also serve as an impromptu notepad.

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naruse inokuma architects transforms traditional dwelling into ‘teshima 8 million lab’


the scheme was completed for the setouchi triennale and houses the permanent exhibition space of sputniko!, a japanese-british artist.

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kengo kuma builds hong kong’s také restaurant entirely out of bamboo


the architect has combined the material with his fascination for woven structures to design an interior that looks more like a bamboo grove than a simple restaurant.

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tokyo exhibition looks through the lens of an iconic japanese lunch: the bento


for centuries the custom of using lunch boxes such as these helped to maintain relationships between communities by containing food in which to share with one another. 

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borderless and brilliant: teamlab’s dreamlike digital art museum is now open


at its opening, designboom spoke with teamlab creatives to learn more about the exhibition's scale, the technologies involved, and how the theme of 'borderless' helps break boundaries between art and visitors.

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designboom visits archi-depot, the only museum exhibiting and preserving japan’s architectural models


the museum keeps an archive of models by influential architects, including kengo kuma, riken yamamoto, and shigeru ban.

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teamlab planets tokyo: a ‘body immersive’ exhibition of all-encompassing digital art


on view for the next two years -- the exhibit presents developed iterations of previously-featured artworks as well as an immense new installation, spread across 10,000 square meters.

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interview: kengo kuma discusses his upcoming projects at home and abroad


'the basic philosophy of our firm is to create harmony with a place – we don't want to push our ego'.

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akihisa hirata’s ‘discovering new’ exhibition at TOTO GALLERY·MA in tokyo


the japanese architect believes that buildings are more than independent entities, and should form part of the 'greater living world'.

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