Brick-Pod Pavilion / Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio

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Constructed for the Changwon Suclpture Biennale 2012 held in Changwon city, the Brick-Pod Pavilion defines architecture as ‘a sculpture with interior space’, and attempts to create a dome with black bricks which has been used for traditional architecture here in Korea. Designed by Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio, you can enjoy the breezing air, moving leafs, and sparkling sunshine through its numbers of the openings, feeling much more sensitive than when we are outside. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Shelf-Pod / Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio

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Architects: Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio
Location: Prefecture, Japan
Design Team: Kazuya Morita, Issei Kawashima
Structure Engineer: Mitsuda Structural Consultant
Construction: Nakano Koumuten
Photographs: Shinichi Watanabe, Ichiro Sugioka

Usagui Teahouse / Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio

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Architects: Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio
Location: Gracia Spain
Basic Design: Maarten Neering
Lighting Design: Toru Takamiya
Year: 2012
Photographs: Daisuke Nakashima

The Pentagonal House / Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio

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The Pentagonal House designed by Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio is conceived as a house that maximizes site usage and the space within the structure, while keeping true to the characteristics of the Japanese traditional construction of the neighborhood.

More images of this house after the break.