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Table Hat by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects
Alexander Zaxarov
Nov 25, 2019

This small cafe is built in the peaceful residential street of Odawara city.

If it looks up, there are some on which the air of various sizes is likely to collect. On the scale as shown in a table, they stood in a row superficially and have floated, under them, tables, chairs, plants, and the kitchen are placed.

The air as the exterior enclosed by the foundation of concrete and the air of various sizes which collects on it as an inside are making a border of inside and outside in the place with a height of 1.8 m. How to make a border as air of such inside and outside is tried.

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Alexander Zaxarov
November 25, 2019

This small cafe is built in the peaceful residential street of Odawara city.

If it looks up, there are some on which the air of various sizes is likely to collect. On the scale as shown in a table, they stood in a row superficially and have floated, under them, tables, chairs, plants, and the kitchen are placed.

The air as the exterior enclosed by the foundation of concrete and the air of various sizes which collects on it as an inside are making a border of inside and outside in the place with a height of 1.8 m. How to make a border as air of such inside and outside is tried.

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