January 12, 2011 § Leave a comment
The Teshima Art Museum from SANAA’s partner Ryue Nishizawa is just a stunning piece of Architecture. This very minimal Art Museum is all shaped like a drop of water that rests on the ground. The final result has been accomplished through the use of a very thin concrete formwork that arches in order to create such beautiful spaces. The round openings allow for light water to penetrate the building in close relation with the surroundings.
If you just can’t get enough of this building, check out more brilliant photographs shot by Iwan Baan.