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Here Kuma used a traditional Japanese joint system in wood structure construction called “Jigoku Gumi” to create soft warm space giving the feeling of a forest or cloud. The adoption of a 3D structure system enabled the cross section of one member to be reduced to as thin as 60mm x 60mm. Architect Spotlight: 12 Works by Japanese Architect Kengo Kuma - Photo 7 of 13
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