Inside the Shokin-tei
The Shokin-tei is a thatched-roof tea house, and is one of the best spots at Katsura Rikyu to view the garden. Three of its sides face the pond, and it's location allows for viewers to experience warm sun in winter and cool breeze in the summer. Katsura Rikyu, located along the Katsura-gawa, is one of three imperial villas in Kyoto along with Sento Gosho and Shugakuin. This 56,000 square meter complex was completed around 1658. Designed by Prince Toshihito of the Hachijonomiya family, and…
Spacial short circuits
On the occasion of the expansion and reconstruction of Den Frie, a number of artist duos working in the field between art and architecture, were selected to present works for the exhibition Beyond Reach. One of the duos, AVPD, who consists of Aslak Vibæk (b. 1974) and Peter Døssing (b. 1974) contributed with the works View and Pass. Both works examine how the architecture by activating your body sometimes confuse your interpretation of a space and creates an illusion of the space that you…
Itai Paritzki & Paola Liani Architects · O Apartment
In an anonymous high rise building, among many of those surrounding our skyline; we've decided to use the interior of this 110 sqm flat to elaborate, with simple elements, walls and lights, an experiment on the nature of perception. The idea here is...
do ho suh at frieze art fair new york 2013
the architectural sculpture is a life-size replica of the three corridors positioned within the 18th-century apartment that do ho suh lived in during his time in germany.
Gallery of House of Holly Osmanthus / Takashi Okuno & Associates - 1
Image 1 of 27 from gallery of House of Holly Osmanthus / Takashi Okuno & Associates. Photograph by Shigeo Ogawa
aberrant architecture continues london school redesign
aberrant architecture has completed the second phase of its ongoing redesign of rosemary works school in hackney, east london.
Gallery of Curtains as Room Dividers: Towards a Fluid and Adaptable Architecture - 31
Image 31 of 48 from gallery of Curtains as Room Dividers: Towards a Fluid and Adaptable Architecture. Photograph by Joan Guillamat
MoyaMoya // Fumihiko Sano 佐野 文彦
_ Architects: Fumihiko Sano 佐野 文彦 Location: Tokyo, Japan Year: 2014 Photographs: Daisuke Shimokawa /Nacása&Partners Inc _ +