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KIT Pavilion by Atelier K

The “KIT Pavilion” is an office and meeting space for the Kyoto Institute of Technology.
The building was designed by Japanese Architects Atelier K (Akira Kakuda).

“Situated on a corner of the campus, the multifunctional building draws from and integrates the adjacent landscaping into the conditions of the interior. to the south, an ‘active yard’ consisting of a curvilinear ramp becomes the approach path to the entrance, while a ‘static yard’ finished with a carpet of white sand is tucked into the layout with three rooms arranged around it. Clearly read from the exterior as a folded surface, the roof and wall form cuts away sections of its elevation to enable natural daylight to enter from the west.”

via Designboom Atelier K’s website

Architecture Posted on October 23, 2011
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