Japanese architect Ryuei Nishizawa designed this peaceful shelter within the sacred Fukita Shrine at Shodoshima Island. Dubbed the Fukita Pavilion, this holy space is made from two simple curved metal sheets. One of the surfaces rests on the while 6
Ryue Nishizawa, fukita pavilion: two gently sweeping curved planes form the pavilion's sheltered internal volume, while a single tree puncturing the structure establishes the project's relationship with nature.
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