The spread of Buddhism in Japan promoted the construction of big monasteries – a creation of big architectural forms, previously unknown in the Land of Rising Sun.
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The word KASUGAI comes from the construction and architecture world of construction and means “a bond, a clamp”. In modern Japan, the term has been given a broader interpretation and a special meaning: kasugai is an invisible connection between people, important things, and significant events. The concept of interconnection has become a defining one for KASUGAI Architects+.
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Mitsui Garden at Osaka Premier is a unique project of STGK landscape company, which includes the latest trends in this industry. Japanese emotionality and the care for the landscape are major principles of this project. Sophisticated cherry trees and magnificent horsetails are the main inhabitants of the garden.
The climatic zoning of the northern islands, frequent natural disasters like typhoons and earthquakes have promoted the construction of frame houses, as they are the most resistant to these natural phenomena. Houses built using traditional construction technology characterized by their wooden frame and roofs covered with kawara tiles.
Fujisawa Town is a model project of a sustainable and comfortable town.It is kind of a testing ground for new technology, services, and social initiatives that help to support sustainable development. Thanks to technological, economic, and social innovations, living in Fujisawa Town is much better and more fun than in other modern cities.