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Sambuichi Architects

March 13, 2017 /

Naoshima Hall
Sambuichi Architects
Naoshima Island, Japan

The Naoshima Hall project, by Hiroshi Sambuichi, places a beautifully nuanced building in Honmura, an old castle town on the island’s eastern edge. It is at once a work of art, an astonishing piece of architecture, and a symbol of Sambuichi’s research into this island’s many ‘flows.’

Inujima Seirensho Art Museum by Sambuichi Architects in Inujima, Higashi-ku, Okayama, Japan. Exterior vew towards south from above the museum. Photo by arcspace
June 03, 2013 /

Inujima Seirensho Art Museum
Sambuichi Architects
Inujima, Higashi-ku, Okayama, Japan

In the middle of nowhere, on the small island of Inujima in the Seto Inland Sea off the southeast coast of Japan, lies a quite unique museum. The Seirensho Art Museum by Hiroshi Sambuichi is an idealistic project with a vision of regional revitalization through reuse of the island's industrial heritage.

Rokkō Shidare Observatory by Sambuichi Architects in Kobe, Japan. 
Exterior view. Photo: arcspace
April 03, 2013 /

Rokkō Shidare Observatory
Sambuichi Architects
Kobe, Japan

The Rokkō Shidare Observatory in Kobe, Japan, is an unusual observatory. It is perched on the top of Mount Rokkō almost a thousand yards above sea level, but here, rather than to observe the surrounding landscape, visitors are meant to witness nature and its shifting states.

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