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House in Nada / Fujiwarramuro Architects

selectism: “ Narrow House in Nada, Japan by Fujiwaramuro Architects: Japanese architects continue to make great things from small spaces, this Narrow House in Nada, Kobe, Japan a great example of.

Tadao Ando Church of light

From the architect. In the small town of Ibaraki, outside of Osaka, Japan, stands one of Tadao Ando’s signature architectural works, the Church of the Light. The Church of the Light embraces …

Constructed for Beijing Design Week 2012, the ‘Ban’ pavilion draws inspiration from floral petals in the way the shape of the flower is created by its bent petals. Designed by Orproject, Ban is constructed from bent polymer sheets which form a self-supporting structure and create shapes and volume from a multitude of leaves. © Jasper James and Orproject

Constructed for Beijing Design Week the ‘Ban’ pavilion draws inspiration from floral petals in the way the shape of the flower is created by its bent petals. Designed by Orproject, Ban is constructed from bent polymer sheets which form a self-support

Kekec Kindergarten designed by Architektura Jure Kotnik is an addition to an existing kindergarten. The new structure tends to the original kindergarten's lack of play equipment, creating a playful slatted vertical facade.

Kindergarten Kekec by Arhitektura Jure Kotnik. Called Kindergarten Kekec, the building has rotating vertical shutters over the glazed facade, painted in bright colours on one side and plain wood on the other.