Poetry in stone


Stone Garden

Architect: Kazuhide Doi @ Doi Architects

Hiroshima based Japanese architect Kazuhide Doi has created this very beautiful Stone Garden (a residential building) adapting the architecture according to the slope of the area.

Using the mantra of ‘no interference to the nature’ the very talented architect has written the poetry in green grass, stone, steel and concrete so well that I feel like singing!

I think such clever and beautiful adaptive use is akin to sustainability!



2 thoughts on “Poetry in stone”

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