Bleu Blanc Wedding Hall by Makoto Tanijiri

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Sitting atop a lush, green hill is Bleu Blanc – the latest work of one of Japan’s most sought-after young architects, Makoto Tanijiri. The wedding hall and guest house was completed last summer and is nestled away in the quant residential neighborhood, but perched high enough to overlook the undulating hills of Okazaki in Aichi prefecture.

It was designed to resemble a wedding village one might stumble upon, walking through the hilly countryside of Fjord, Norway. And the chapel, garden, banquette hall and guest house all feature characteristics – be it large incisions in the wall or synthetic mountaintop gardens – that blend the indoors and outdoors. Looks like a lovely place to tie the knot!

Source: Makoto Tanijiri’s website

1 Comment

  1. This venue is absolutely dreamy. If only more of these architects spread more influence in the west! I love the minimalism. If I got married their, I feel like I would have so much trouble focussing on the person I was marrying.


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