Movable Pavilion by Kotoaki Asano and Makoto Kosuda

Kotoaki Asano and Makoto Kosuda Shows The Three Cubes in The Forest Movable Pavilion

Kotoaki Asano and Makoto Kosuda, the lead designer of the award winning work Three Cubes in the Forest - Movable pavilion by Kotoaki Asano and Makoto Kosuda explicates, Three cubes are the device with the various properties and functions (playground equipment for children, public furniture, art objects, meditation rooms, arbors, small rest spaces, waiting rooms, chairs with roofs), and can bring people fresh spactial experiences. Three cubes can be transport by a truck easily, because of the size and the shape. In terms of the size, the installation (the inclination), seat surfaces, windows etc., each cube is designed characteristically. Three cubes are referenced to Japanese traditional minimum spaces like tea ceremony rooms, with variability and mobility..

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