go hasegawa erects breezy coffee tent stand at house vision tokyo
 

go hasegawa erects breezy coffee tent stand at house vision tokyo

house vision 2016 tokyo: among the diverse selection of house-influenced pavilions being exhibited at the event held in odaiba, tokyo, japanese architect go hasegawa has collaborated with AGF coffee to create a coffee stand shop called ‘reiryo kohiten—sen’ (iced coffee shop).
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as the event is taking place in one of the hottest months of the year, go hasegawa has devised a peaceful, linen tent area for rest that will serve AGF iced-coffee and other refreshments. the timber-pavilion structure is open to its surroundings and located at the heart of the event grounds. the defining feature is the light linen curtain canopy which scallops and drapes across the entire coffee shop and provides a light breeze and shade for visitors. It will provide welcome

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linen curtains provide visitors with shade while resting and drinking coffee

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the structure was influenced by tent-structures

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the stand is part of the one month long exhibition

 

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