ryo yamada: nakasato village juji project for the echigo tsumari art triennial 2012
 
ryo yamada: nakasato village juji project for the echigo tsumari art triennial 2012
aug 13, 2012

ryo yamada: nakasato village juji project for the echigo tsumari art triennial 2012

‘nakasato village juji project’ by ryo yamada

japanese architect ryo yamada has installed a foundation of colored wooden decks, that houses flower buds for blooming between the decks in spring. his project proposes a manifestation of nature through careful placement of greenspace within the site. surrounded by a road, these flowers will grow to cover the area, transforming the landscape in certain months. during autumn and winter, leaves will fall and the decks will be covered by snow, only to expose its edges. the evolution of the seasons will eventually make the exhibit seem invisible from time to time, providing a juxtaposition of nature in conjunction with the site’s aesthetic appearance. 

ryo yamada: nakasato village juji project for the echigo tsumari art triennial 2012

ryo yamada: nakasato village juji project for the echigo tsumari art triennial 2012

ryo yamada: nakasato village juji project for the echigo tsumari art triennial 2012

ryo yamada: nakasato village juji project for the echigo tsumari art triennial 2012

ryo yamada: nakasato village juji project for the echigo tsumari art triennial 2012

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