Japanese architecture and the Olympics: pavilions pop up

Japanese architecture and the Olympics: pavilions pop up

A spouse and children of architectural pavilions by Japanese architects and artists has appeared in the urban cityscape ahead of the Tokyo Olympics, courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Federal government, Arts Council Tokyo and the Watari-um art museum

A white cloud hovering among the trees. A tea home wrapped in grass and charred wooden. A curved line of sky-reflecting drinking water flowing through a historic park. These are among the nine new architectural pavilions dreamt up by six Japanese architects and a few artists, which lately cropped up throughout the cityscape just in

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