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Split Machiya is a design solution by Japanese architect's Atelier Bow-Wow in response to the need for two homes on one small building plot (27 square metres) in Shinjuku, Tokyo. The structures are positioned as mirror opposites within the confined site and allow for a considered courtyard garden..

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Atelier Bow-Wow

Tokyo, Japan
est. 1992, Tokyo

Atelier Bow-Wow is a Tokyo-based architecture firm, founded in 1992 by Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kajima. The firm is well known for its domestic and cultural architecture and its research exploring the urban conditions of micro, ad-hoc architecture.

Yoshiharu Tsukamoto was born in..

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The Nebuta House

Aomori, Japan
by Molo

The Nebuta House (Nebuta-no-ie warasse, ねぶたの家 ワ・ラッセ) is a museum in Aomori, Japan, designed by molo and the collaboration of d/dt and Frank La Riviere Architects. The building is intended to be a house for the mythical Nebuta – luminous three dimensional forms created from paper and light for..

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