Sunny Hills

Kengo Kuma, an architectural company located in japan have created a projected titled sunny hill. This project was revolved around an ancient craft dating back centuries called ‘jigoku-gumi’ translated to “interlocking Hell”. The reason it is called this is not only due to the sheer difficulty of assembly but also once assembled it is near impossible to be disassembled once complete. Located in an upper class area called Minami-Aoyama, Tokyo, this three story construction is owned by an elderly Taiwanese man who is capitalising on a pineapple cake market that is gradually becoming a billion dollar industry.

http://kkaa.co.jp/works/sunny-hills-japan/

http://www.sunnyhills.co.jp/stores_japan.php

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