Woods of Net

Every so often I happen across something online that I simply can’t stop ‘wow!’ing at, and this happened to me today with Woods of Net from Japan’s Tezuka Architects, via Arch Daily. The pavilion was built for Hakone Open-Air Museum in Japan, as part of their 40th anniversary celebrations. The outside is impressive enough, but wait until you see what’s going on inside…

How incredible is that?! Think we need a Japanese holiday… :) Can you believe that the whole thing is hand-knitted by the artist, Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam, too?! It’s just a massive craft project! (Debs, can we make one of these please?!)

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Tezuka Architects website
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Hakone Open-Air museum website
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2 Responses to “Woods of Net”

  1. Debs says:

    Of course we can! We can make one for your wedding and throw all the kids in there ;)

  2. Ha ha! You might regret saying that in front of witnesses Debs… ;)

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