Pop-up pavilions for kissing and "dangerous play" draw attention to rules of privately-owned public spaces

Pop-up pavilions for kissing and "dangerous play" draw attention to rules of privately-owned public spaces

Tato Architects and Dot Architects are among six studios that created pop-up pavilions at the Kyoto Art Center to examine the various prohibitions that apply to privately-owned public spaces in Japan. Read more

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1 week ago, Dezeen

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