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Art House Project: Nakanotani Gazebo, Inujima Japan – Kazuyo Sejima

The “rabbit chairs” are designed by SANAA/Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa. Voice echoes and other sounds bounce off the ceiling to create a unique experience. The Inujima “Art House Project” explores the theme of an “earthly paradise” of Arcadian ideals that fuses art and architecture with the landscapes and people of the island. Further Viewing: F […]

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Arthouse Project: A-House, Inujima Japan – Kazuyo Sejima

The Inujima “Art House Project” explores the theme of an “earthly paradise” of Arcadian ideals that fuses art and architecture with the landscapes and people of the island. Entering the clear acrylic circle that is A-House, one can view the work against the backdrop of the surrounding scenery. This “gallery” displays a kaleidoscope of brightly […]

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Art House Project: Seirensho, Inujima Japan – Sambuichi Architects

The museum is built on the remains of an early 1900s copper refinery that was abandoned after the island’s resources had been drained. For a century it was left untouched until it was rescued from decay and transformed by Hiroshi Sambuichi sponsored by Forbes-listed billionaire and philanthropist, Soichiro Fukutake. Further Viewing: F Art House I […]

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S-Art House

Inujima Arthouse Project – Kazuyo Sejima S-Art House Domus 939 – September 2010 Kazuyo Sejima: Inujima Art House Project – Text Stefano Casciani Further Viewing: F Art House I Art House S Art House Nakanotani Gazebo

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F-Art House, Inujima Seto Inland Sea – SANAA

This project continues from the Seirensho project opened in April 2008, and is being undertaken in the residential areas of Inujima. Art director Yuko Hasegawa and architect Kazuyo Sejima are creating three galleries and the Nakanotani Gazebo, which will transform and revitalize the scenery of the island. The works of artist Yukinori Yanagi will also […]

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Art House Project: I-House, Okayama Japan – Kazuyo Sejima

The building materials of I-Art House are similar to the ordinary houses of the Okayama, but the large glass panels of the façade betray the pavilion as something unmistakably different. The panels reflect the surroundings, and once you enter the pavilion, they set a frame around the neighboring houses and put them on display as […]

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