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Toyota is building a miniature replica of Nurburgring in Japan in its quest to test its cars as comprehensively as possible. The Nurburgring track is one of just 11 racetracks it is building on a new 650-hectare site near Nagoya which will encompass many previous and new R&D facilities. The total expenditure planned for the R&D complex is expected to be around $2.8 billion...Continue Reading
'hudsons' is a dark raw concrete space with black hanging wood fiberboard sheets serving as space dividers. The post plus mazumi architect studio completes a shoe store with hanging walls in yokohama, japan appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the two-storey residence has a Y-shaped floor plan, which has been configured in response to external views and sightlines.The post SPACESPACE articulates ‘mushroom house’ in japan around generously proportioned garden appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
this space has been turned into a collection of different elevations that take you this way an that, challenging our notions of living.The post tato architects has designed an unorthodox living arrangement in japan appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the building, which is topped with a series of sweeping canopies, has been designed to be as welcoming and inviting as possible.The post kazuyo sejima completes tsuruoka city culture hall in japan appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
in a deep-red homage to anish kapoor, artist rikako nigashima has tangled together HUMAN NATURE.The post artist weaves labyrinth of deep red knots through clinic-turned-art-gallery in japan appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
As the weekend crowds descend upon the CP+ expo here in Yokohama, Japan, I decided to roam the show floor to uncover some interesting tidbits, hands-on, and other news that may have gotten lost in the shuffle with this past week's bevy of announcements -- from both CP+ and WPPI! Sony's 400mm f/2.8... exists! First up will be of noted interest to Sony sports and wildlife photographers: the
Documentary cameraman Johnnie Behiri of Cinema5D was in Japan recently, when he was invited to visit one of Fujifilm's camera and lens factories in Sendai, Japan. Having been on a few factory tours ourselves, we suggest you do exactly what Behiri did: say yes, and bring a camera to document your journey.The factory Behiri visited is responsible for putting together Fujifilm's Fujinon MK lenses, t
The Japanese government is protesting the "unacceptable" inclusion of a group of disputed islands on the Korean unification flag that South Korea and North Korea are set to compete together under at the Winter Olympics. Read more
the east and west parts of the house have the same sectional shape, but a vertical shift provides natural sunlight and a rich spatial sequence aligning with its purpose.The post yuji tanabe’s LL house in japan is slanted to capture views above the nearby mountains appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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