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浜名湖「ぬくもりの森」 Hamana-ko (Lake Hamana) Nukumori-no-Mori (Forest of warmth), Hamamatsu, Shizuoka

浜名湖「ぬくもりの森」 Hamana-ko (Lake Hamana) Nukumori-no-Mori (Forest of warmth), Hamamatsu, Shizuoka

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linocut, Tree of Life, blue, printmaking, fox, hare, tree, squirrel, bird, apples, home interior, printmaking, country style, navy blue,

I made this necklace in honour of the bunny island (Okunoshima) in Japan where lots of bunnies live and roam free!  The bunny is made from polymer

I made this necklace in honour of the bunny island (Okunoshima) in Japan where lots of bunnies live and roam free! The bunny is made from polymer

+node is a home located in the Hiroshima Prefecture of Japan. Designed by UID Architects, +node creates a place where the natural world and the man-made world seamlessly intersect. The timber clad building is composed of two rectangular forms, one for support and one which extends beyond the hillside to form a spectacular cantilever. The cantilever hovers high above the forest floor and features a partially open floor, allowing trees to grow up into the home. The main floor contains the ...

+node is a home located in the Hiroshima Prefecture of Japan. Designed by UID Architects, +node creates a place where the natural world and the man-made world seamlessly intersect. The timber clad building is composed of two rectangular forms, one for support and one which extends beyond the hillside to form a spectacular cantilever. The cantilever hovers high above the forest floor and features a partially open floor, allowing trees to grow up into the home. The main floor contains the ...

+node is a home located in the Hiroshima Prefecture of Japan. Designed by UID Architects, +node creates a place where the natural world and the man-made world seamlessly intersect. The timber clad building is composed of two rectangular forms, one for support and one which extends beyond the hillside to form a spectacular cantilever. The cantilever hovers high above the forest floor and features a partially open floor, allowing trees to grow up into the home. The main floor contains the…

+node is a home located in the Hiroshima Prefecture of Japan. Designed by UID Architects, +node creates a place where the natural world and the man-made world seamlessly intersect. The timber clad building is composed of two rectangular forms, one for support and one which extends beyond the hillside to form a spectacular cantilever. The cantilever hovers high above the forest floor and features a partially open floor, allowing trees to grow up into the home. The main floor contains the…

The Life of Budori Gusuko 2012  The fairy tale follows a young man named Guskou in the Tohoku forests of northeastern Japan in the 1920s. After an onslaught of droughts and natural disasters, Guskou is forced to leave his home and search for a better life elsewhere. Guskou joins a group of scientists at the Ihatov Volcano Department, which deals with the same natural disasters that drove Guskou from his home.  http://www.watchanimemovie.com/sub-dub/the-life-of-budori-gusuko-2012.html

The Life of Budori Gusuko 2012 The fairy tale follows a young man named Guskou in the Tohoku forests of northeastern Japan in the 1920s. After an onslaught of droughts and natural disasters, Guskou is forced to leave his home and search for a better life elsewhere. Guskou joins a group of scientists at the Ihatov Volcano Department, which deals with the same natural disasters that drove Guskou from his home. http://www.watchanimemovie.com/sub-dub/the-life-of-budori-gusuko-2012.html

@valegambas Fragile Shelter, designed by Hidemi Nishida, is a temporary shelter in the forest in Japan. The shelter leads people to gather together, and take part in a number of events and activities within. Users vary from local students having a party to kindergarten children going for lunch. Check out all the pics...very cool! http://www.ilikearchitecture.net/2012/03/fragile-shelter-hidemi-nishida/

@valegambas Fragile Shelter, designed by Hidemi Nishida, is a temporary shelter in the forest in Japan. The shelter leads people to gather together, and take part in a number of events and activities within. Users vary from local students having a party to kindergarten children going for lunch. Check out all the pics...very cool! http://www.ilikearchitecture.net/2012/03/fragile-shelter-hidemi-nishida/

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