Y Y Grill Restaurant by Klein Dytham Architecture

After de success of the Leaf Chapel, Klein Dytham Architecture was invited to continue re-scripting the Risonare Resort with the Y Y Grill Restaurant. The Y Y Grill Restaurant brings the forest indoors with a clean interior treatment in natural wood given through layered of screens formed in a graphic forest motif. Read more […]
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Leaf Chapel by Klein Dytham Architecture

The Leaf Chapel, designed by Klein Dytham Architecture in 2004, sits within the grounds of the Risonare Resort in Kobuchizawa, Japan, a refreshingly green setting with beautiful views to the Yatsugatuke peaks and Mount Fuji. The chapel is formed by two leaves. The glass leaf with its delicate lace pattern motif emulates a pergola. The white steel leaf perforated with 4700 holes, each of which hold an acrylic lens, is similar to bride’s veil made of delicate lace. Light filters through the Read more […]
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Klein Dytham Architecture’s work at the Risonare Resort

Next week I will post six of Klein Dytham Architecture’s work at the Risonare Resort in Kobuchizawa, Japan: the Leaf Chapel, the Y Y Grill Restaurant, the Cafe & Book, the Gao Nursery, the Brillare Dinning and Party Space and the Moku Moku Yu Baths. Enjoy! Read more […]
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Traffic of Clouds at the Program Gallery

The Traffic of Clouds is a large scale site-specific installation at the Program Gallery in Berlin, developed by Hackenbroich Architekten in collaboration with Jan Christensen. The Traffic of Clouds will dissolve the boundaries between exhibition space and office, hybridizing the formerly separated gallery and office functions. Folding upon itself in waves of wood, the structure’s fluid form accommodates various activities simultaneously. Those who work in Program’s office space are invited Read more […]
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Wood Processing & Furniture Design: Students Prototypes

boomerang by Nikola Petkovic The University of Belgrade founded in 2005 the Wood Processing & Furniture Design Department. This department is highly committed to Modern Art, sustainable design and ecological means of building. The students formulate ideas for new construction and assembly methods, developing inventive forms that have potential for new products. They described their work as “following the well-known principle of less is better, making products more simply in order to reduce Read more […]
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Liszt Concert Hall by Atelier Kempe Thill

Through an international architectural contest, it was determined that the design from the Rotterdam Studio of Kempe Thill best fulfilled the architectural and functional requirements. The concert hall in Raiding, Austria, is built in a beautiful park directly opposite from the house were Franz Liszt was born. The building contains a chamber-music hall for 600 visitors which proportions and dimensions are set up according to references from the eighteenth and nineteenth century, resembling Read more […]
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