Yusuhara Town Hall by Kengo Kuma & Associates in Yusuhara, Japan
The town of Yusuhara in Kochi Prefecture, known for its urban development using “Japanese Cedar”, has a new starting point for its community with the “Kino-machi Hall” (Town Hall), the largest scaled “Wooden” town hall in Japan.
Most recently the architect Kengo Kuma from Japan has been commissioned by the Victoria & Albert Museum, London to build it a new arts centre in Dundee
Frame system which accommodates movable partition walls
A Living Building in North Texas, Texas Society of Architects/AIA
Kicker & gutter detail Josey Pavilion by Lake
This visitors centre and education pavilion in Texas was designed by Lake Flato Architects to be one of the most sustainable structures in the state, but also to reference its Southwestern context (+ …