Besançon Art Centre and Cité de la Musique by Kengo Kuma
Besançon Art Centre and Cité de la Musique art and culture centre with a chequered timber facade in Besançon, France, by Kengo Kuma.
Photo: Kimito Takahashi. "Light of Shodoshima": giant dome constructed of 5,000 island-grown bamboo trees, and illuminated at night by LEDs.
House in Hyogo by Shogo Aratani Architect & Associates
House in Hyogo, Japan, by Shogo Aratani made up of overlapping concrete planes that accommodate an interior of staggered floors and ramped corridors.
松山建築設計室あかし心療クリニックのページ。松山建築設計室（代表：建築家 松山将勝 Masakatsu Matsuyama）は、九州、福岡を拠点に日本全国で活動する設計事務所です。一般住宅（デザイナーズハウス・デザイン住宅）の建築設計からクリニック・病院の建築設計、商業施設建築設計まで幅広く手がけています。受賞歴多数。
Urban Stories: Naturescape by Kengo Kuma
Urban Stories installation in Milan by Kengo Kuma with bamboo trees and a topographical landscape of stone and water.
GC Prostho Museum Research Center / Kengo Kuma & Associates
This is architecture that originates from the system of Cidori, an old Japanese toy. Cidori is an assembly of wood sticks with joints having unique...
2010 Designer Of The Year, Singapore: Kerry Hill Architects
The President’s Design Award, established in 2005 by President S R Nathan, aims to select a Singapore-based designer (across all design disciplines) who best reflects excellence in design. Kerry Hall was the 2010 winner of the prestigious President’s Designer Of The Year Award in Singapore for his achievements in architectural design.Mr. Hall, born in 1943 in Australia, has had his own architectural firm in Singapore since 1979. He is known for his tactile approach to design.
Building with Bamboo: 13 Super Sustainable Structures - WebEcoist
It's 100% natural, thrives in diverse climates, grows up to a whopping 39 inches per day and is super-strong; why isn't bamboo already used more often as a building material? While bamboo structures have long been common in Asia and the South Pacific, they're only just gaining prominence in the rest of the world.
Nangchang Nangchang bamboo installation by Kengo Kuma
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has bent bamboo into walkways and seating at this year's Gwangju Design Biennale in South Korea.
Momofuku Ando Center / Kengo Kuma & Associates
Completed in 2010 in Komoro, Japan. Images by Daici Ano. We wanted to place an architecture that is like a long stick. To be precise, a single, long, and ‘free’ roof in the forest under which various...
Garden Terrace Miyazaki - ガーデンテラス宮崎
Garden Terrace Miyazakiガーデンテラス宮崎 248-17, Shimohara-cho, Miyazaki, Japan 2012 Hotel 4,560 m2 A garden terrace hotel was built on a site where a factory once stood in a regional city in order to revitalize the area. Bamboo was selected as the theme for the project. Bamboo was planted in the central courtyard, and it was used for the exterior walls and in the interior. The building was limited to a height of two stories in order to provide harmony with housing in the area. A chapel that is…