Dreamy Japanese Pavilion is Made From Two Sheets of Metal Pierced by a Tree

by , 12/09/13

Ryuei Nishizawa, Fukita Pavilion, Japanese Pavilion, metal sheets, Japan, Architecture, Botanical, Air quality, Treehouses, Daylighting,

The Fukita Shrine is Nishizawa’s latest work. The minimalist floating pavilion is sandwiched between two sheets of iron and pierced by a tree

Created as part of this year’s Setouchi Arts Festival, the pavilion allows people to play, relax or contemplate the tree rising through the roof. There is also a curved metal bench and a space for leaving shoes before getting in. Nishizawa’s Fukita Pavilion is the perfect summer spot – it provides plenty of shadow under the trees while letting cool breezes pass through.

+ Ryuei Nishizawa

Via Spoon & Tamago

Photos by Jacome

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