edward suzuki architecture: vent vert green tower

edward suzuki architecture: vent vert green tower

‘vent vert’ by edward suzuki architecture, tokyo, japanimage © jyunji kojimaall images courtesy of edward suzuki architecture

 

 

 

amidst a context of artificial geometries, neutral-toned concrete and siding extruded from an asphalt infrastructure, the ‘vent vert’ vertical building by japanese practice edward suzuki architecture injects a diverse patchwork of green on a vertical curved convex mesh to enliven the private units and the adjacent commercial spaces with an organic threshold of vegetation.

 

 

edward suzuki architecture: vent vert green towerview from the streetimage © jyunji kojima

 

 

edward suzuki architecture: vent vert green towerimage © jyunji kojima

 

 

 

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