How is nature used in architecture in Japan?
"Japanese buildings often don't have doors. When the weather is very hot, especially in poorer communities in Japan, they would just open up the entire building. Nature flows through the living space," Jackson says. The Polytechnique University by Sou Fujimoto lets nature and light invade the building. Credit: SFA+NLA+OXO+RSI
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