T here’s a profound reverence for nature in everything that Kengo Kuma does. Whether it’s the V&A Dundee (Scotland’s first design museum inspired by the stark cliffs of its coastline) or the soon-to-be-completed New National Stadium in Tokyo (made predominantly with timber sourced from the regions of Japan worst affected by earthquakes and tsunamis), every project by the Japanese architect, academic and author seems to exist in perfect harmony with its surroundings.
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