Noritaka Minami has created this series called 1972 in honor of Nakagin Capsule Tower, unusual round imagined the same year by architect Kisho Kurokawa in Tokyo, trying to design flexible and temporary capsules. Finally having not moved and still used, the photographer wanted to capture these strange spaces. To discover in the future.
Located in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, this Cafe Ki design was conceived by Japanese design studio Id teams. Stunning white spaces, offering its members the black coat-racks looking like trees. More after the article.
2veinte, a design and motion graphics studio located in Buenos Aires, presented this funny animated video ‘Looking For a Fight”. Inspired by Kaijū Eiga movies, this colorful video invites to discover a big fight between two robots. Plus in the article.
Japan teams from Naruse Inokuma Architects design this wonderful Share House. This superb residence offers living spaces of great beauty, thereby creating moments of conviviality in the Japanese residence. To discover in the following pictures.
Japanese photographer Nagano Toyokazu produced a series entitled My daughter Kanna, which staged his little 4 year-old girl in the middle of a deserted road. Having only a few accessories, Kana let us in her colorful world where she reigns supremely. Great pictures to discover.
Filmmaker artist Darwinfish105 made this impressive et hypnotic hyperlapse video shot on Tokyo’s fully-automated Yurikamome transit system. Using mirrors and flips effects in Adobe Premiere Software, this great video called “Yurikamome Hyper Drive” and shot with a Panasonic DMC-GH3 is to discover in the article.
Director Luigi Pane imagined with DLV BBDO Milan for Yamaha this great video showing the “Dark Side of Japan”. Produced by abstr^ct:groove, this creation takes us into a dark and intriguing Tokyo. A great video to discover in the future.
Located in the Roppongi district of Tokyo, the Japanese Google offices were designed by teams Klein Dytham. Mixing with talent Western influences with those of the country of the rising sun, images of the environment for multiple environments can be discovered in the future.
Yutaka Sone is a Japanese artist internationally recognized in the field of contemporary art. He recently completed “Little Manhattan”, a scultpure in marble representing the island of Manhattan with a stunning level of detail. Currently presented in David Zwirner Gallery in New York, this creation is to discover in images in the future.
Resembling a spaceship, Jicoo Floating Bar offers to visitors and residents for several years to discover the capital Tokyo Japanese aboard the boat-bar designed by Leiji Matsumoto, world renowned mangaka at the origin of Captain Harlock. More in the article.
The Japanese city of Kitakyushu offers its visitors the opportunity to browse amazing gardens including a magnificent wisteria tunnel consists of 20 different species. More images after the jump.
Here is a beautiful video about the work of Motoi Yamamoto who makes art and magnificent facilities using salt. Directed for The Avant / Garde Diaries, this video gives voice to an artist who uses salt which is a funeral symbol to cure the pain he has experienced at the death of his sister. More in the future.
While such an event had been organized in 2010, the amusement park Nagashima Resort located in Japan offers an incredible light installation. Located in Kuwana and thought for the winter season, this a real achievement to discover in images in the article.
Yusuhara Machino-eki is a complex involving local market thus a small hotel of 15 rooms, the two parts being connected by an atrium. Located in Kochi Prefecture in Japan, this creation by Kengo Kuma And Associates is revealed in the following images.
Kingyobu is a group of five students of the Kyoto University of Art and Design. Meaning “goldfish club”, they had the idea to fill several telephone booths in Osaka with water and goldfish, symbol of happiness, luck and prosperity. More images of this unusual city aquariums in the sequel.