You can take any scenario and turn it into a children’s book plot. Well, almost anything. Don’t believe me? Here’s a children’s book about a hangover.
the client, a tea enthusiast, sought to create a traditional chinese teahouse with a modern aesthetic.
in response to the dense urban nature of the area, the japanese firm designs the ‘ground house’ as a micro-topography, informed by environmental conditions.
AoiroStudioJan 08, 2019
The famous city of Kyoto, Japan; over the years the streets kept its traditions and culture. The architecture has aged well over time and in Gion; you still can notice Geishas running down the small street alleys for their performances. I would like to share a motion design project by Yi Le, director and co-founder of Loop LOOP Studios from Shanghai, China. He created an opening title sequence for KIYOMI KOBAYASHI, a beautiful story about a geisha through her time. You definitely check out the breakdown video as well, it’s as always a joy seeing someone’s creative process.
placing an emphasis on green space and architectural diversity, the proposal has been conceived as a sustainable response to the city’s increasing need for housing.
The Berthold Lubetkin-designed Penguin Pool at London Zoo, an icon of modernist architecture, should be demolished says the architect’s daughter.