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

Kagerou Village by Tato Architects, Martinez Barat Lafore Architects, Ludwig Heimbach, Hiroshi Kato, Sven Pfeiffer and Dot Architects at the Kyoto Art Centre, Japan

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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