Installation Tsunagu, Japanese architect Kengo Kuma is a conceptual design of an interior of the Japanese dwelling which has been shown on Milan Triennial exhibition last month. This project of an interior of apartment is made by request of large Japanese company-builder Mitsui Fudosan Residential which plans to include some of ideas in the future apartment houses.
Easy and practically weightless Japanese interior, with accurate zoning and practically completely open space. Only easy partitions from translucent panels from a bamboo, separate space in an interior.
The idea of general harmony with world around and in this small inhabited cell, develops not only in the protransparent partitions, all materials ecologically pure, forms are simple also beads, the design of an interior is as much as possible approached to the natural. However, Japanese architectural schools always differed restraint, high feeling of style and ecological design.