Most of the Birds make the nest probably on tress where anyone cannot easily touch. What may happen when a giant nest fell to the ground? By giving a picture of it, a nest on the ground is made by not a bird, but an architect calls Kengo Kuma.
This Japanese architect showed his colors in Sydney’s Darling Square, Australia. The entire exterior is made with timber to get the natural view, and this seven-story building consists of retail shops and restaurants, including a market, library, and a bank.
“Our aim is to achieve an architecture that is as open and tangible as possible to the community, and this is reflected in the circular geometry that creates a building that is accessible and recognizable from multiple directions. The wooden screen wraps the exterior of the building in a dynamic and exciting manner, a historical reference to Darling Harbour originally being a hive of business activity and a focal point as a market exchange.” shared Kuma. Surely, everyone will appreciate the architectural design skills of Kuma.
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