Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
© Hiroshi Ueda
We believe that architecture is not an "thing" but an "event."
The architecture itself is made up of matter, but there are always many things, including people's activities, environmental factors such as wind, light, water, and sound, time and the structural power that makes up the architecture. There is a flow.
The space created by the architecture made with "things" is a device that evokes activities, and designs the "events" that the architecture creates.
Design is always about asking the essence of the activity and thinking about how architecture works.