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(Canada) Shaw Tower, Kengo Kuma Japanese Tea House, 19th Floor

(Canada) Shaw Tower, Kengo Kuma Japanese Tea House, 19th Floor | Japanese-City.com

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1067 W. Cordova St.
Vancouver , V6C 3T5

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has designed a pavilion for hosting traditional tea ceremonies on the deck of a Vancouver tower, coinciding with an exhibition of his work across the street.

Kuma's teahouse is installed on the 19th floor of Shaw Tower, on the terrace of a show apartment that overlooks both the city's Downtown district and the bay. - Source Dezeen.com

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Kengo Kuma is a Japanese architect and professor in the Department of Architecture at the University of Tokyo. Frequently compared to contemporaries Shigeru Ban and Kazuyo Sejima, Kuma is also noted for his prolific writings.

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