Kengo Kuma’s urbanistic ideas are given a new context in the ever-burgeoning landscape of skyscrapers.
His ‘naturescape for urban stories’ presents a vision for a living space in the midst of urban development in the center of the design capital.
These ‘urban stories’ are suspended between sculptural environment and architecture, an abstracted and layered Japanese garden comprised
of pietra serena stone, bamboo, water and gravel, the topographic installation creates a terrain of depressions and elevations that dictate the
shape of water and the paths of movement. (via Designboom).