• A large sinuous screen of wood designed by italian practice Cino Zucchi Architects defines a playful visual space at the entrance of the Vedeggio-Cassarate tunnel.:
  • Courtesy of Kengo Kuma - Hoshakuji Station Kengo Kuma
  • Kengo Kuma & Associates, Rasmus Hjortshøj · Asakusa Culture and Tourism Center · Divisare
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  • 「 Yusuhara wooden bridge Museum Kengo Kuma #archivalue #archimodel 」
  • Canopy at Hoshakuji Station by Kengo Kuma and Associates
  • Besancon Art Centre and Cite de la Musique by Kengo Kuma and Associates
  • An art and culture centre with a chequered timber facade by Kengo Kuma.
  • Shizuoka International Garden / Kengo Kuma and Associates | AA13 – blog –…
  • kengo kuma + associates: chidori furniture
  • Stonescape showroom, designed by kengo kuma and associates, Japan
  • Kengo Kuma & Associates-Hoshakuji Station
  • Monograph.it : Kengo Kuma | (EN : IT)
  • Image 1 of 25 from gallery of China Academy of Arts’ Folk Art Museum / Kengo Kuma & Associates. Photograph by Eiichi Kano
  • Yusuhara Town Hall | Kengo Kuma Associates
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  • JAPAN HOUSE São Paulo © Rogério Cassimiro
  • Designed by Kengo Kuma and Associates in Mendrisio,Switzerland Kengo Kuma has paired up with Studio d`Architettura Martino Pedrozzi to develop a two-phase addition to La Scuola Uni...
  • STONESCAPE :
  • Glass/Wood House, New Canaan CT | Joe Black Leigh (1956) | Kengo Kuma and Associates (2010)
  • Paper Snake | kengo kuma and associates | sculpture as architecture
  • Nest We Grow - Kengo Kuma, architectural model / maquette / model
  • Yure, Jardin des Tuileries,Paris by Kengo Kuma for the Galerie Philippe Gravier
  • From A Simpler Time: SunnyHills by Kengo Kuma | Projects | Interior Design
  • Kengo Kuma : Mur de Bambou - Great (Bamboo) Wall, village SOHO, Badaling, Chine du nord (2001-2003)
  • Ryoguchiyakorekiyo Higashiyamaten@ Masao Nishikawa
  • Capitol Hotel Tokyo, Japan designed by Kengo Kuma...DANIELLE! LOOK AT THE CEILING! Layering the grid my be an effective way to transition your canopies to the interior! -K
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  • Nakagawa-machi Bato Hiroshige Museum of Art | Kengo Kuma and Associates | Image : Japanese Craft Construction
  • Architectural Model Exhibition in Tokyo | Kengo Kuma | Photo @DMdesigns