Kengo Kuma

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 Tee Haus (2007, Germany)

EFFECT

This tea room is a reference to the ancient Japanese tea rooms, but shown as a “breathing architecture in opposition to the non-breathing 20th century concrete architectures”. Tenara Fiberis slightly transparent, so it allows the structure to exchange air and illumination with the outside environment.

TECHNOLOGY

Inflated Architecture 

MATERIAL

TENARA Archtectural Fiber

Polyester

Artist’s Portfolio: http://kkaa.co.jp

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