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House N - Sou Fujimoto, Architect - Photographer: Iwan Baan

House N / Sou Fujimoto

House N / Sou Fujimoto Architects: Sou Fujimoto Architects Location: Oita, Japan simply beautiful…

Beautiful  Japanese architecture that blurs the lines between indoor and outdoor.

Beautiful Japanese architecture that blurs the lines between indoor and outdoor.House N Architect: Sou Fujimoto Location: Oita, Japan Year built:

House N - Sou Fujimoto, Architect - Photographer: Iwan Baan

House N / Sou Fujimoto

Sou Fujimoto Architects designed this unusual house located in Oita, Japan. The house itself is comprised of three shells of progressive size nested inside

House N - Sou Fujimoto, Architect - Photographer: Iwan Baan

House N / Sou Fujimoto

House N - Sou Fujimoto, Architect - Photographer: Iwan room design interior design 2012

Sou Fujimoto Architects - House NA. Multi-tiered living. Got to admire how daring the owners are.

House NA / Sou Fujimoto Architects

Image 4 of 22 from gallery of Living Anatomy: an Exhibition about Housing at Harvard Graduate School of Design. House NA, Tokyo, Japan, by Sou Fujimoto Architects. Photo: Iwan Baan, courtesy of Sou Fujimoto Architects.

Sou Fujimoto designs masterplan made from modular arches

Sou Fujimoto's Doha masterplan with towers of arches

Designed by Sou Fujimoto Architects. Sou Fujimoto Architects has released details on a conceptual master plan for a commercial complex in a prominent, yet.

University building filled with trees and plants by Sou Fujimoto.

Sou Fujimoto plans flora for Université Paris-Saclay building

Image 7 of 16 from gallery of Sou Fujimoto-Led Team Selected to Design Ecole Polytechnique Learning Centre in Paris. Courtesy of Sou Fujimoto Architects, Manal Rachdi OXO Architects and Nicolas Laisné Associates

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Scale, space, and form are essential to the design of the Musashino Art University Museum and Library in Tokyo. The eye bounces from high to low places where catwalks, clusters of hanging lamps, and short and tall bookcases dwell

"In a country where architectural design has become a free-for-all, where anything goes, the increasing number of architect designed houses have become synonymous with unconventionality in Japan" writes Naomi Pollock, author of Jutaku: Japanese Houses – a new case study of 411 of Japan's most incredible modernist houses. Western logic and hierarchy of floor plans are thrown out the proverbial window in favour of brutalist concrete structures, winding vertical mazes and steel facades. And…

10 Incredible Japanese Houses

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