Thursday, April 30, 2009

The Japan Garden at the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg

"Ideally, the garden and the museum are not separate architectonic works, but are to be perceived as parts of a total concept. Both living spaces seemingly flow symbiotically into each other. In a certain sense, the garden can be experienced from the house and the house opens up into the garden."

Photos: © Joachim Thies

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  1. I am sorry Mr. I don't get this project - I know is very zen, but for my taste feels unfinished, dry and uninspired. I don't think I will like to spend time in that garden.

    No offense :)

  2. An excellent project, bringing nature home and leading people to a more natural convivencia
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