Category Archives: Architecture
Thanks for giving. We don’t celebrate Thanksgiving here in Japan, but quite a few people were in a giving mood last night for our special “PechaKucha x ArchiAid” event, held at our regular PK home here in Tokyo, SuperDeluxe. The … Continue reading
I tweeted it the other day, but I wanted to point out again that The Guardian has launched a rather nice guide to Tokyo. I should also mention that a few of my friends have contributed to this (Ashley Rawlings, … Continue reading
Sowa Unit is a new project from architect Kensuke Watanabe, in the form of a rehabilitation center for mental illnesses located in Tokyo. The complex is made up of six connected two-storey concrete sections. Dezeen features a gallery of photos, … Continue reading
Back in October was saw renderings of the Hoto Fudo complex — designed by Takeshi Hosaka Architects — and now we get to see what the completed structure looks like, courtesy of Designboom.