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The Atelier Bow-Wow
Momoyo Kaijima + Yoshiharu Tsukamoto
Zanoa Bia, August 20, 2007
Momoyo Kaijima + Yoshiharu Tsukamoto_Atelier Bow-Wow
Momoyo Kaijima + Yoshiharu Tsukamoto_Atelier Bow-Wow
 
The diversity and scope of their activities contrasts markedly with the teaching imparted by their tutor, Kazunari Sakamoto, an architect and theoretician advocating a rigorous approach to architecture. Many of their architectural works are very small houses built in the city centre. In the MINI House project (1999), a kind of urban manifesto of the Atelier Bow-Wow, the many different components of the tiny plot are not seen in a negative light; quite to the contrary, they are absorbed in the design process then transposed, so as to release their wealth and thus bring the building into being.

Momoyo Kaijima + Yoshiharu Tsukamoto_Atelier Bow-Wow_Kawanishi Camp
Momoyo Kaijima + Yoshiharu Tsukamoto_Atelier Bow-Wow_Kawanishi Camp
 
Momoyo Kaijima + Yoshiharu Tsukamoto_Atelier Bow-Wow_Kawanishi Camp
Momoyo Kaijima + Yoshiharu Tsukamoto_Atelier Bow-Wow_Kawanishi Camp
 
Momoyo Kaijima + Yoshiharu Tsukamoto_Atelier Bow-Wow_Kawanishi Camp
Momoyo Kaijima + Yoshiharu Tsukamoto_Atelier Bow-Wow_Kawanishi Camp
 
Momoyo Kaijima + Yoshiharu Tsukamoto_Atelier Bow-Wow
Momoyo Kaijima + Yoshiharu Tsukamoto_Atelier Bow-Wow
 
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