Kengo Kuma's architecture can be defined by its respect to Japanese constructive traditions and alignment with its context. Internationally recognized, the architect is known mainly for his wooden (or mixed) structures, which arise from a simple pattern of assembly and, which through different intersections and angles, generate a complex whole. The representations created by his team bring very specific details, ranging from didactic isometrics to complex parametric drawings. We have gathered details of five inspiring projects by Kengo Kuma that use wood.
Details of Wooden Structures in Kengo Kuma's Work
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Cite: Delaqua, Victor. "Details of Wooden Structures in Kengo Kuma's Work" [Detalhes de estruturas de madeira na obra de Kengo Kuma] 02 Mar 2020. ArchDaily. (Trans. Erman, Maria) Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/934591/details-of-wooden-structures-in-kengo-kumas-work> ISSN 0719-8884
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