Near Beijing, the Kengo Kuma and Associates architecture firm has designed this house of bamboo. A subtle project which maintains a close relationship with the landscape.

Made of bamboo, local and traditional building material, rice paper, slate and glass, the Great (Bamboo) Wall House seduced by his poetry and delicacy of expression. Front bamboo stalks stand, parallel and spaced variably, filtering sight or offering widely depending on location, varying the inner light atmosphere.

Discover our article "A concrete wall with integrated optical fibers". Signed Kengo Kuma, Con / Fiber is a concrete wall passing lights, colors and shadows. The combination of concrete and transparency. Read more ...

To learn more about Kengo Kuma, visit the KKAA agency.

Source: Cubeme

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