Beautiful timber column to steel beam junction detail.
Myoenji Columbarium by Furumori Koichi – an extension to a Japanese temple for housing funerary urns
This architecture by Kengo Kuma is inspired by Cidori, an old Japanese toy
Nest We Grow in Hokkaido, Japan 5 Japanese architectural firm Kengo Kuma and a team of students at UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design created 'Nest We Grow', an elaborate timber community food hub recently constructed on the island of Hokkaido. The structure's timber frame actually mimics the vertical spatial experience of a Japanese larch forest. The team added plenty of beams for hanging fish and produce and a central tea platform with a sunken fireplace. The building is…
2016's theme, function, called upon participants to propose concepts in response to a range of practical issues regarding the setting, and serve as venue for educational and community programs scheduled for the season.
Timber Structure: Archery Hall & Boxing Club / FT Architects
A Community-Centric Apartment Complex on the Staten Island Waterfront…
Community kitchen - island for 6-8 students ; also want larger chef's table for 16-20 people.
This space has amazing light!
Cassia Co-op Training Centre | TYIN tegnestue Architects