The Kohtei pavilion was added to the gardens in the campus of Tenshinzan Shinshoji temple in Fukuyama city, Hiroshima, which was established as a tribute to workers who lost their lives at sea or as a result of industrial accidents. The structure was designed by artist Kohei Nawa and architects Yoshitaka Lee and Yuichi Kodai from Nawa's Kyoto-based creative studio Sandwich, which was commissioned to create an artistic installation that complements the setting of the landscaped gardens.
Completed in 2017 in Vitry-sur-Seine, France. Images by Pezo von Ellrichshausen, Marc Domage. This is a room for a continuous video projection, for the documentation of a monumental but fragile installation made by Christian Boltanski in the.
Sandwich creates "ship-shaped" art pavilion to commemorate sea deaths
Built by EAST,Aff Architekten in Ecublens, Switzerland with date Images by Sebastian F. “Our everyday world is a world of rooms. In those rooms is space and in that space lives life.” from ‘A view with a r.
Stunning modern stable treats horses to rooftop grazing