Kengo Kuma’s Inflatable Tea House

Kengo Kuma’s Inflatable Tea House
Design
Matthias Weber
  • 20 february 2008

Last summer Japanese architect Kengo Kuma presented his inflatable tea house at the Museum für Angewandte Kunst in Frankfurt. The temporary space was set up in the museum’s garden and once fully inflated, covered approximately twenty square meters. The structure’s interior is illuminated using integrated LEDs and fits nine tatami mats, a stove for the water kettle, as well as a preparation room.

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