PokoPoko Clubhouse at Risonare Hotel in Japan by Klein Dytham architecture

A Japanese clubhouse features in today's Dezeen Weekly newsletter

The latest edition of our Dezeen Weekly newsletter includes a clubhouse and activity centre for a hotel in rural Japan.

PokoPoko is a clubhouse designed by Tokyo-based Klein Dytham Architecture for the Risonare Nasu hotel near the town of Nasuin in Japan.

The building sits against the backdrop of the Mount Nasu volcanoes and is surrounded by forest.

Readers are impressed, with one saying, "It's the small projects that catch the eye."

A square wood-clad house in an Austrian village
Haus im Obstgarten is a geometric timber house in a traditional Austrian village

Other stories in this week's newsletter include a cuboid timber house in an Alpine village, this week's lookbook featuring inviting outdoor spaces and a coastal defence system at San Diego Bay.

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