With Lovely Interior Arrangements Creating An Environment Office That Is Highly Fit For Discussions By Japanese Architects Atelier K
KIT pavilion was designed by Japanese Architects Atelier K and is located in Kyoto, Japan. The building was specially designed as an office and meeting space for the Kyoto Institute of Technology. A elephantine cantilevered roof makes a dramatic ocular result and separates the task from its surrounding building. The multi-functional design from and incorporates the adjacent landscaping into the experimentals condition of the interior design. An active yard consisting of a curvilinear ramp the glide path to the entrance, while a static yard finished with a carpet of white sand is into the layout with three rooms arranged around it. Clearly read from the exterior design as a folded surface, the roof and wall sort cuts away subdivisions of its elevation to enable natural daylight to enter. The interior design is clear and tasteful, with endearing modern placements, making an environment office that is highly fit for discussions.