Like a one-kilometre-long walkway in the middle of the water, a narrow belt, albeit variable in width, crosses a lake from side to side in the Chinese wetlands of Bailuwan. Continue reading Junya Ishigami
The site where I have designed the house for my mother was originally occupied by my grandparents’ house. It is also where I rew up during the first few years of my life. The building was part of an old farming village, with a wide expanse of rice fields to the west and a beautiful view of the mountains rising in the distance. My childhood memories of this site are of an intimate south garden surrounded by hedges and a windbreak formed by large trees, and the sense of being drawn into the inner depths of the adjoining, mostly tatami-floored house of my grandparents. Continue reading Junya Ishigami
A carpet resembling a rainbow.
Forming an arc like a rainbow, spread thinly over a large area like a carpet.
A rainbow carpet will be installed by the canal in front of the Art Gallery.
A vast carpet 77m wide and 30m deep, with an area of 2310m2, that will billow up from the ground to a height of five meters, as if floating above the water. Continue reading Junya Ishigami