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People wander through the world, exploring with intention, creating and discovering a new world with others. teamLab Borderless, A museum without a map. in a world without boundaries, there's room for wandering, exploring, and discovering.
Located near Kawaramachi Station in Takamatsu, Kagawa Prefecture, this 'cave' entrance to BAR Tabi is hidden in an alley and blends seamlessly with its surroundings. Its unmarked, geometric entrance is not easily noticeable. Inside, the bar's intimate lighting, pebble-strewn paths, and bamboo decorations create an atmosphere that fuses traditional Japanese garden elements with a medieval cellar vibe, offering a blend of ancient and modern aesthetics.
"White" is not just a color but a sensibility. Kenya Hara emphasizes the importance of seeking a way to 'feel' white rather than just finding it. At "Haku" in Kyoto's Gion Hanami-Koji alley, we spent a leisurely morning. The shop offers seasonally changing Japanese Wagashi and unique traditional savory dishes.
This year, Paris aims to host the most sustainable Olympics ever. They plan to limit CO2 emissions to 1.75 million tons. Over 95% of the competition venues will use existing buildings or temporary facilities.
In Seoul, Korea, a museum designed by the famous Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, combining sound art, historical audio equipment, and modern audio technology, the Audeum Audio Museum (오디움), officially opened this year. Its silver structure stands in the city center like sound frequencies, awakening the forgotten body consciousness of people.
In June, as sunlight filters through the mist in Copenhagen, the curtain rises quietly on 3daysofdesign , an annual design event held from the June 12th to the 14th, 2024. t has become one of the most significant events in the Nordic design world, featuring over 250 design brands and more than 400 exhibitions, showcasing the latest in home, lighting, lifestyle, and innovative design.
A white facade building with towering silo structures, like a beacon of Nordic modern art, Kunstsilo quietly watches over the Norwegian coastline.On the coast of Kristiansand in southern Norway, on the island of Odderøya, stands a row of white giant silos. This 8,500-square-meter building, named 'Kunstsilo,' was once an abandoned grain silo. After eight years of planning and renovation, it has transformed into a modern art museum and has officially opened to the world on May 11, 2024.
Toyosu, an island by Tokyo Bay, features wide streets, elevated bridges, and intersecting railways in the air. The scent of the harbor gives the space a light blue hue, making it look like a near-future satellite city. Here stands one of Asia's most iconic digital art and technology exhibition venues - TeamLab Planets TOKYO.
On a quiet Bali morning, stepping into the tranquil shadows of the leaves, we enter the mysterious entrance of Alchemy Yoga Center. Here, we meditate, delve into philosophy and introspection, touch the soul, and find ourselves again. In Bali, the old symbols of 'sun, sea, and sand' have gradually transformed into representations of serenity, spirituality, and sustainability.
In the everyday life of Copenhagen's harbor, you will find roaming boats, leisurely people and seabirds, along with floating islands created by MAST. These minimalist-style aesthetic islands are not fixed in any location but gently drift with the sea breeze and waves, freely available for public use.
In a generation that seeks instant gratification and immediate consumption, 'travel' has become more than just a means of escaping reality. It has evolved into a significant way of exploring the relationship between 'self' and 'nature'. Fortunately, Sustainable Tourism has gradually entered the tourism industry and public awareness in recent years. As a component of popular culture, 'ART' plays both a luminous and shadowy role on this path, imbuing every sustainable travel experience with depth and meaning.