Children in the Mist: In Tokyo's Showa Kinen Park, a ''fog forest," above, combines truncated pyramids with a 32-foot steel tube that emits artificial fog every 15 minutes. Atsushi Kitagawara Architects collaborated with the artist Fujiko Nakaya to create this mist-shrouded world, where the fog shifts and clears just as it does in real life.

Fog Forest, Showa Kinen Park, Tokyo, Atsushi Kitagawara Architects in collaboration with artist Fujiko Nakaya

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Japan Pavilion by Atsushi Kitagawara at Milan Expo 2015, Milan – Italy » Retail Design Blog

Japan Pavilion by Atsushi Kitagawara at Milan Expo Milan – Italy

Japan Pavilion by Atsushi Kitagawara at Milan Expo 2015, Milan – Italy » Retail Design Blog

Japan Pavilion takes top design prize at Milan expo - MILAN--Featuring stunning computer-graphic images of Japan and elegant “washoku” (traditional Japanese cuisine), the Japan Pavilion captured the gold prize for best exhibition design at Expo M.

ATSUSHI KITAGAWARA 395 AND OTHER UNNUMBERED TOKYO ARCHITECTURE DISCOVERED UNEXPECTEDLY

Atsushi Kitagawara – made in tokyo

Kaisho Forest Viewpoint / Atsushi Kitagawara

The Kaisho Forest Viewpoint designed by Japanese Architect Atsushi Kitagawara and completed in 2005 uses a local wood technic called “Mengoshi “

ATSUSHI KITAGAWARA 395 AND OTHER UNNUMBERED TOKYO ARCHITECTURE DISCOVERED UNEXPECTEDLY

395 and other unnumbered Tokyo architecture discovered unexpectedly

Kaisho Forest Viewpoint / Atsushi Kitagawara

The Kaisho Forest Viewpoint designed by Japanese Architect Atsushi Kitagawara and completed in 2005 uses a local wood technic called “Mengoshi “

Kaisho Forest Viewpoint / Atsushi Kitagawara

The Kaisho Forest Viewpoint designed by Japanese Architect Atsushi Kitagawara and completed in 2005 uses a local wood technic called “Mengoshi “

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