I saw this picture by Scott Frances, a glass/wood house by the architect Kengo Kuma located in new Canaan, Connecticut and was blown away by the beauty, form and concept. Thought I'd share it with you, I hope you enjoy the picture as much as I did.
fabriciomora: “La kagu (Tokio, Japan) - Kengo Kuma and Associates Kagurazaka is one of the few districts in Tokyo that best retains historic townscape. The project was a renovation of a big warehouse of books located on top of Kagurazaka hill, for.
A wooden Onsen (Hot Spring) Hotel stands at the bottom of a valley in a region of snow. The existing façade was renovated utilizing wood from the original 100 year old hotel while the interior space was reorganized by inserting an atrium.
Check Out This Undulating Stonescape by Kengo Kuma! The clean and pure ‘pieta serena’ stone recreates a topography that, as in real landscapes, molds the shape of water, guides our walking and gives a.