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"Mode Gakuen Spiral Towers" is a skyscraper of 170 meters high, built in Nagoya, Japan, in 2008. Designed by the architectural firm Nikken S... #architecture ☮k☮

"Mode Gakuen Spiral Towers" is a skyscraper of 170 meters high, built in Nagoya, Japan, in 2008. Designed by the architectural firm Nikken S... #architecture ☮k☮

Japanese architects Suppose Design Office have completed a residence in Nagoya, Japan, featuring a room dedicated to plants

Japanese architects Suppose Design Office have completed a residence in Nagoya, Japan, featuring a room dedicated to plants

Forams (star sand) from Okinawa, Japan — This is DEFINITELY the most fun texture of sand, every arenophile wants this in their collection!!! #arenophile

Forams (star sand) from Okinawa, Japan — This is DEFINITELY the most fun texture of sand, every arenophile wants this in their collection!!! #arenophile

This house in Nagoya by Japanese architect Tomohiro Hata has five roofs that pitch in opposing directions.

This house in Nagoya by Japanese architect Tomohiro Hata has five roofs that pitch in opposing directions.

Yurika Ninomiya peeps out from the third-floor bedroom of her modern box home, while husband Takuya opens up the shop and gallery that they run below in Nagoya, Japan. Photo by: Takashi Homma Photo by: Takashi Homma

At Home in the Modern World

Yurika Ninomiya peeps out from the third-floor bedroom of her modern box home, while husband Takuya opens up the shop and gallery that they run below in Nagoya, Japan. Photo by: Takashi Homma Photo by: Takashi Homma

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