Net Forest by Tezuka Architects

Have you ever been to the Hakone Open Air Museum? I went once when I was small and loved it! And now is a better reason than ever to plan a day trip, especially if you have kids. Early last month Tezuka Architects unveiled their latest work, Net Forest. Comprised of over 500 wooden logs, the kids space is a feat of engineering that utilizes traditional interlocking architecture instead of metal. There hasn’t been a new kids space in over 15 years so this is definitely worth checking out.

in progress images courtesy of Tezuka Architects
completed images courtesy of Hakone Open Air Museum & Tis Partners

6 Comments

  1. I went when I was younger too! I’ve been wanting to go back for a while, but it hasn’t worked out during any of my trips to Japan in the recent past.

  2. I went when I was younger too! I’ve been wanting to go back for a while, but it hasn’t worked out during any of my trips to Japan in the recent past.

  3. How cool…my daughter would love it!

  4. How cool…my daughter would love it!

  5. how imaginative! this is on my next japan trip itinerary now – thanks!

  6. how imaginative! this is on my next japan trip itinerary now – thanks!

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