Kengo Kuma is a renowned Japanese architect who has a broad portfolio of impressive designs, including the likes of Tokyo's Nezu Museum, Sunny Hills Aoyama, and the Asakusa Culture and Tourism Center to name just a few. A special exhibition taking place at the Kochi Museum of Art looks at Kuma's designs from a unique perspective - a feline point of view. Concepts like holes, softness, and time are just some of the cat-like approaches that Kuma thinks of when approaching a new architectural piece.
The exhibition will look at 30 of Kuma's architectural works, with explanations of his thought-processes while creating them.
Adult admission to the event is priced at 1300 yen.