Ozora to Daichi no Nursery Shimoigusa / KINO architects
1 month ago - By Arch Daily
© Kai Nakamura
Architects: KINO architects
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Architect In Charge: Masahiro Kinoshita
Area: 0.0 m2
Project Year: 2017
Photographs: Kai Nakamura
© Kai Nakamura
Text description provided by the architects. The enlargement of the nursery school is considered to be urgent business for children on nursery school waiting lists in an inner city in Japan. However, it is often objected as a noise source by neighborhood.
Children spend their time there comfortably, and the neighborhood feel favorably to children. That situation will be most suitable. In urban environment...
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The Winning Photos of Nat Geo Nature Photographer of the Year 2017
1 month ago - By Peta Pixel
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Here's Bojan's description of the photo, titled “Face to face in a river in Borneo,” which was also 1st place in the Wildlife category:
While looking for wild orangutans in Tanjung putting national park, Indonesia, we witnessed this amazing sight of this...
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