Thousands of curved tiles cover the gabled rooftops of the new folk-art galleries at the China Academy of Arts, designed by Japanese firm Kengo Kuma & Associates to look like a small village (+ slideshow). More »
Children's play areas located beneath the zigzag roof of this community centre by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma have been landscaped to form a hilly indoor terrain that can be clambered over or used as slides (+ slideshow). More »
Following the publication of three projects by Kengo Kuma this week, we've collected together the best examples of the Japanese architect's work from the pages of Dezeen and pinned them to a new Pinterest board.
News: the cost to build a new outpost of the V&A museum in Dundee, Scotland, has almost doubled to the sum of £80 million – a figure that architect Kengo Kuma has claimed is "surprisingly high" (+ movie). More »
Huge wooden barrels traditionally used in the making of soy sauce are suspended over the heads of customers at this shop designed by Kengo Kuma and Associates for a sauce manufacturer in Nihonbashi, Tokyo (+ slideshow). More »
Folded aluminium panels create vertical and horizontal pleats across the walls of this music conservatory and concert hall completed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma in the south of France (+ slideshow). More »