The case of this elegant book is covered in a self-colored Khepere paper, printed with black ink and stamped in white foil.
Renowned Japanese architect, Kengo Kuma’s work is beautifully represented in this monograph. “You could say that my aim is to recover the place. The place is a result of nature and time; this is the most important aspect. I think my architecture is some kind of frame of nature. With it, we can experience nature more deeply and more intimately. Transparency is a characteristic of Japanese architecture. I try to use light and natural materials to get a new kind.”