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Beniya Mukayu Byakuroku / Kiyoshi Sey Takeyama + AMORPHE

Beniya Mukayu Byakuroku / Kiyoshi Sey Takeyama + AMORPHE

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Text description provided by the architects. To relax at a ryokan means to empty the soul and wash away that which stains the body - to fully enjoy a time with nothing to do. However, an empty soul seeks for something fresh. Something starts to emanate from the bottom of the soul.

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Time spent relaxing seems unguided, but rather it is time spent cultivating creativity.Byakuroku, literally translated white green, is a new room at Beniya Mukayu that houses a secluded garden bath and a veranda that faces a garden that changes with the seasons. Between them is a study where one can put to shape the thoughts that arise while enjoying a time free of constraints in the bath and veranda.

© Yoshio Shiratori
© Yoshio Shiratori

A surge of vital energy is poured into the freshly blank, white soul . A lively green splashes into an empty whiteness. Another space to enjoy the serenity of creative time has joined Beniya Mukayu.

© Yoshio Shiratori
© Yoshio Shiratori

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Cite: "Beniya Mukayu Byakuroku / Kiyoshi Sey Takeyama + AMORPHE" 30 Aug 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/924004/beniya-mukayu-byakuroku-kiyoshi-sey-takeyama-plus-amorphe/> ISSN 0719-8884

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