“Clouds, Bubbles, and Waves” of Japanese architecture

“Clouds, Bubbles, and Waves” of Japanese architecture

Posted by on Apr 15, 2019 in Blog

What are “clouds, bubbles, and waves”? They suggest impermanence of Japanese architecture, but also resiliency of it. At the symposium on this very curious subject at Yale School of Architecture, Yoko Kawai of PED had a pleasure to moderate one of the sessions. Japanese architecture is known for its respect to the impermanence of life […]