Xinjin Zhi Museum, Cheng du, China by Kengo Kuma Architect

Kengo Kuma, le dompteur de lumière

Nest We Grow / College of Environmental Design & Kengo Kuma & Associates | AA13 – blog – Inspiration – Design – Architecture – Photographie – Art

Nest We Grow / College of Environmental Design & Kengo Kuma & Associates

Image 6 of 36 from gallery of Nest We Grow / College of Environmental Design UC Berkeley + Kengo Kuma & Associates. Photograph by Shinkenchiku-sha

Starbucks Coffee | Kengo Kuma & Associates

Starbucks Coffee / Kengo Kuma & Associates

I hate everything starbucks stands for but. New Starbucks Coffee-bar in Fukuoka, Japan. by Kengo Kuma,

Shizuoka International Garden by Kengo Kuma and Associates

Shizuoka International Garden / Kengo Kuma and Associates

Shizuoka International Garden and Horticulture Exhibition 2004 - image: Kengo Kuma & Associates Creative use of Bamboo

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Aménagement paysager moderne: 104 idées de jardin design

Naturescape - Kengo Kuma & Associates – Italy Architect: Kengo Kuma & Associates Location: Milano, Italy Project type: Showroom Year: 2013 Area: In this showroom, the clean and pure pietra serena stone is used so as to recreate a .

Shun Shoku Lounge par Guranavi / Kengo Kuma & Associates (Japon) Des pièces de bois empilées les unes sur les autres pour créer un intérieur unique.

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Image 1 of 10 from gallery of Shun Shoku Lounge by Guranavi / Kengo Kuma & Associates. Photograph by Kengo Kuma & Associates

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Shizuoka International Garden / Kengo Kuma and Associates

Designed by Kengo Kuma for the 2004 Shizuoka International Garden and Horticulture Exhibition in Hamamatsu, the pavilion features a regular grid of suspended bamboo sticks blending visuall…

"Sunny Hills Japan", Japon (2012) - Kengo Kuma And Associates

Image 10 of 38 from gallery of SunnyHills at Minami-Aoyama / Kengo Kuma & Associates. Photograph by Daici Ano

Kengo Kuma - exhibition and assembly space Tochigi, Japan.

Chokkura Plaza In his signature style, architect Kengo Kuma celebrates material in this innovative design for an exhibition and assembly space in Tochigi, Japan.

Ce petit restaurant se trouve dans une rue commerçante typique d’une banlieue de Tokyo. Ce lieu où l’on mange des yakitori (spécialité de brochettes japonaises) vient de subir une transformation radicale avec l’aide des architectes de Kengo Kuma & Associates.  En effet, les murs et le mobilier ont été recouverts de câbles LAN recyclés, ces vieux câbles informatiques transforment la pièce en une masse colorée et donnent l’apparence au mobilier de flotter dans l’espace.

Décoration d’un restaurant par Kengo Kuma

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma renovated a restaurant called Tetchan in Tokyo using recycled LAN cables and acrylic byproducts.

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