As part of our travel series we take a visit to Chochikukyo House in Kyoto Prefecture that was designed in the 1920’s and integrates both Japanese and Western techniques respectively.
We take a visit to the beautiful Yodoko Guest House in Hyogo, Japan designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1918 that has now been restored and opened for the public to enjoy.
Italian Design Studio MORQ have really shone on their selection of smaller residential builds that almost hunker down and integrate deeply in to the nature that surrounds them.
China-based studio Neri&Hu have been applying both Eastern and Western styles to create some intriguing architecture that incorporates traditional elements with a modernist spin.
We travel to the Garden of Fine Arts in Kyoto that was designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando, built with the intention of being able to appreciate paintings in an outdoor space.
I captured Tadao Ando’s famous aesthetic of clean, contemporary lines on a recent trip to Naoshima, in which his architecture now covers the whole island and makes for a very unique experience.