- Bright kitchen with a small dining table
- Shag gray in bathroom
- Sunny loft bedroom with bathroom
- Cool high-tech campers or the future of camping holidays
- Dwelling house
- Public toilet is perfectly integrated into the landscape
- CorManca-sustainable solar house with green roof in Mexico City
- The culture of luxury bathroom
- Indirect lighting in the old building
Homes reformed by Yuko Nagayama Japan offer modern art
Teshima Yakoo project consists of 3 renovated in 2015 sent in a modern art museum. Tadanori Yokoo, a leading international person when it comes to art, was the driving force behind this project, only 3 eingeschössigen oldest buildings in the quiet port town Teshima has been the restructuring of the Seto Inland Sea. Yuko Nagayama & Associates was responsible for the design and development of the project. The small art museum exhibits contemporary works of art integrated into the building structure. Teshima Yokoo house consists of three dimensional color spaces, radically changing the perception of colors. A dynamic set of evolving structure collagen, similar to the well-known collage YOKOO.
Renovated houses Teshima Yokoo - Museum of Modern Art
With this project, the time to meet the renovated houses searched architects and artists to create an attraction for the city's residents in the small town with an aging population. The small cultural center with a total area of 444.27 m2, suitable for many occasions, it is becoming an attraction. A highlight is the three-dimensional mosaic and the pond was put in Architectural Technology. Materials for the renovation were made of wood and concrete.
Remodeled homes by Yuko Nagayama
Entering Long renovated houses in the Teshima Art Yokoo Besuchertn an extraordinary experience. The premises are equipped with glass panels in a clear and transparent red with large mirrors and bright virtuoso with the perception of color and space. The eternal theme of "life and death" is part of the exhibition.
Home of Modern Art art exhibitions
The bright red trompe l'oeil and distorts the perception of color. Red panels create a special atmosphere and anschließlich change the point of view of the spectator. You can see through the glass shelves colorful tiles and artificial lake. Shiny reflective surfaces distort the perception of space and art presented.
Yuko Nagayama House of Art
glass shelves accentuate the artistic
Reflective surfaces blur the boundaries between the wall, floor and ceiling
Misleading perception - a unique atmosphere for all visitors
The Red Room has radically changed the perception of color
Works of art exhibited at the red room - the subjective perception of color
Small patio with a pond
Haus der Kunst Teshima in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan
Photo: Tadanobu Omote, Ano Daici