Weak Architecture
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1. In search of flexible buildings - Kengo Kuma uses the term “weak architecture”. His teahouse does not rise up from the ground as a fixed wooden construction, but unfolds as an airborne ephemeral structure. When a ventilation system is activated, the teahouse swells into shape like a white textile blossom.

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http://www.kkaa.co.jp/

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(georgios machairas, 22/11/07)
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