Penguin Environmental Design

Penguin Environmental Design

Penguin Environmental Design

Category: Architecture

Osaka – City of toy box architecture

From the view point of architecture and landscape designs, I think that Osaka is one of the most eccentric cities in the world. Since I was born and grew up there, I had felt that it was as it was and did not think that the city was beautiful. You will

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Wild Flowers for Tea Ceremony

We brought a small bouquet of astor from our backard to our tea ceremony lesson. Our teacher kindly and beautifully arranged it with pampas grass in a bamboo vase. The arrangement transported the rustic atmosphere of outside into the room. It brought in the essense of the season, too. Sometime, you

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Rain Chain – Supreme Alternative to Downspouts

Architects and home owners often detest downspouts; they are too functinal and ugly. I agree and usually place them inconspicuous locations. But I also know that there is a much better alternative: a rain chain. Rain chains are decorative chains installed at the nose of roofs or eaves in Japanese traditional

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Category: Architecture

Osaka – City of toy box architecture

From the view point of architecture and landscape designs, I think that Osaka is one of the most eccentric cities in the world. Since I was born and grew up there, I had felt that it was as it was and did not think that the city was beautiful. You will

Read More »
Wild Flowers for Tea Ceremony

We brought a small bouquet of astor from our backard to our tea ceremony lesson. Our teacher kindly and beautifully arranged it with pampas grass in a bamboo vase. The arrangement transported the rustic atmosphere of outside into the room. It brought in the essense of the season, too. Sometime, you

Read More »
Rain Chain – Supreme Alternative to Downspouts

Architects and home owners often detest downspouts; they are too functinal and ugly. I agree and usually place them inconspicuous locations. But I also know that there is a much better alternative: a rain chain. Rain chains are decorative chains installed at the nose of roofs or eaves in Japanese traditional

Read More »

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Penguin Environmental Design
56 Lynmoor Place, Hamden, CT 06517
info@penguin.one-globe.com