豊島美術館 (Teshima Art Museum); Uniting the creative visions of artist Rei Naito & architect Ryue Nishizawa, Teshima Art Museum stands on a hill on the island of Teshima overlooking the Seto Inland Sea.
The museum, which resembles a water droplet at the moment of landing, is located in the corner of a rice terrace that was restored in collaboration with local residents.
Structurally, the building consists of a concrete shell, devoid of pillars, coving a space 40 by 60 meters and with a maximum height of 4.5 meters.
Two oval openings in the shell allow wind, sounds, and light of the world outside into this organic space where nature and architecture intimately interconnect.
In the interior space, water continuously springs from the ground in a day long motion. This setting, in which nature, art and architecture come together with such limitless harmony, conjures an infinite array of impressions with the passage of seasons & the flow of time. 📌
"Warm Serenity" 🌄
This weekend I got to travel to a part of Vancouver Island I havent seen yet. We drove 3 hours from Nitinaht to Toquaht, from there we took a 2 hour boat ride through the Broken Islands to arrive at Effingham Inlet. While there I was able to get a ton of footage. Its honestly one of the prettiest places I've ever been. Sometimes disconnecting from Technology and everything else and going into the middle of nowhere is what we all need🌲
Vancouver Island, Canada🇨🇦