From INDESIGN #90, the ‘Future Cities’ issue, we consider a precedent from mid-century Japan in terms of confronting crises and rapid technological change.
A Gensler celebration in Tokyo celebrates the practice and looks to the future of design.
Ando’s sleek, stark, black box rises above Osaka’s skyline and hides a treasure trove of interiors designed by Concrete.
Born out of admiration and love for serene beauty, material richness and timeless appeal, this contemporary lifestyle brand from Japan is now exclusively available at Stylecraft Singapore.
Touted as Japan’s most successful living artist, Yayoi Kusama’s famed and iconic Pumpkin sculpture has just landed in Australia, at Pt. Leo Estate Sculpture Park.
Marking a decade of MPavilion and Ando’s first ever Australian project, the 2023 iteration is open in Melbourne.
As LANDMARK by Lexus returns for its sixth iteration, Sydney-based Japanese architect Koichi Takada is reflecting on the place of nature in design.
Led by Buchan, the striking concept design for the Australian contribution to Expo 2025 in Osaka has been unveiled.
In Japan’s Kantō region, House For Family examples the potential of adaptive reuse for a young family.
Just how much do you trust your intuition? Japanese architect and designer Koichi Futatsumata designs based on his senses rather than a clear planning method, or academic research. We find out how it all comes together.
For decades Cai Guo-Qiang has wowed audiences with his explosive and innovative artistic approach. We study the creative behind the artistically executed pyrotechnic statements.