Originally guest posted by James Gilpin
Oliver Goodhall brings some architectural insight from Tokyo.
You are, of course, spoilt for choice when it comes to Tokyo’s architecture (designed and un-designed). Atelier Bow Wow with the Tokyo Institute of Technology Tsukamoto Architectural Laboratory celebrate some of these buildings – usually small, charming and taking up unexpected left-over spaces, in their PET ARCHITECTURE GUIDE BOOK.
Of course Bow Wow’s own work is delightful too!
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