House of Japanese Cedar by Suga Shotaro / Suga Atelier. The structure of this residence is composed of Japanese cedar columns, fashioned from from processed forest thinnings. The composite columns and beams eliminate the need for heavy load-bearing walls. The exposed, angled, structure creates a rich and varied interior, visible through the end of the building, which is fully glazed.
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Sumika Pavilion by Toyo Ito & Associates, Architects. The outer walls and roof of this 9 meters by 9 meters (29.5 feet by 29.5 feet) pavilion is supported by laminated timber frame arranged at 60 and 120 degree angles. Internally, four columns support the roof. The timber pattern appears random, imparting a fractured, forest-like ambience.
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Building users are provided with ample bike parking and outdoor picnic seating. Photo: Bruce Damonte.
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Palaeontology research centre wrapped in computer-controlled shutters.