The Mass is the first phase of the ongoing “Harajuku Expanding Landscape Project” consisting of four phases and four sites. The site is located along Cat Street in a residential area in the back streets of Omotesando.
This may variously include the extraction and production of resources, processing of the same, manufacturing and construction, logistics, retail, end use and ultimately waste management, disposal and reuse. Sometimes the exact nature of the land use photographed remains mysterious.
At the entrance to the swiss village of Chevrens, the new buildings of the Centre revere the guidelines of the existing fabric by reinforcing, in particular, the single-front structure of the village-street with an irregular succession of courses and narrowings.
The limited edition powder coated steel collection consists of a chair, stool, and dining table. The collection is made for both indoor and outdoor settings, and is available in custom sizes and color variations.
The exceptionally beautiful and spacious urban situation in the center of the Munich Art District, based on Leo von Klenze’s mid-19th-century masterplan, had to be repaired and revived by Peter Böhm Architekten, adjusted to changed contemporary requirements.
However, the old entrance on the cathedral square is to be reactivated as another access. The new building of the “Philosophikum” forms a unity with the old building, connected through a Attrium that acts as a gap.