Forest Net de Tezuka Architects

For the children's pavilion at the open-air museum in Hakone, Japan, the Tezuka Architects studio designed a dome made of wood rafters. Between tradition and anticipation.

This construction 350 square meters consists of over 500 tangled rafters. A traditional material, a simple technical implementation for both an original and futuristic architecture.

For more information, visit the website Tezuka Architects and the site Hakone Museum.

Source: Travel with Frank Gehry

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