This stunning structure by architectural group Nikken Sekkei really does set the standard for educational architecture. Located on busy Main Street in Nagoya, Japan, the Mode-Gakuen Spiral Towers were designed for three schools that represent the school of fashion design, computer programming, and medical support. The concept of the towers are derived from the enthusiasm of students from three schools, twining and rising up to the sky then departing to the real world.

Modern Architecture - Mode-Gakuen Spiral Towers: Nagoya, Japan

Mountains of foam, fields of poppies and clouds of fog are among Dezeen design editor Dan Howarth's 10 favourite installations from the past 12 months.

top 10 installations of 2014

Kohei Nawa's Foam installation created a cloud-like landscape of soapy bubbles. Japanese artist Kohei Nawa filled a dark room with billowing clouds of foam for this art exhibition in Aichi, Japan

Light Walls House – Minimalissimo

Light Walls House

Light Walls House / mA-style Architects playing with lights and shadow simple design simple material ageless !

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Kohei Nawa's "Foam" Installation

Immersive Foam Clouds Tower Over Visitors to the 2013 Aichi Triennale installation clouds bubbles

Kohei Nawa's Foam installation created a cloud-like landscape of soapy bubbles

Kohei Nawa's Foam installation created a landscape of soapy bubbles

Japanese artist Kohei Nawa filled a dark room with billowing clouds of foam for this art exhibition in Aichi, Japan. Kohei Nawa used a mixture of detergent, glycerin and water to create the bubbly forms of his installation, entitled Foam.

Yan-chan by Usa-Ji

Ayano Aishi from yandere simulator by Usa-Ji on DeviantArt

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