Masahiro (left) and Mao Harada, of Mount Fuji Architects Studio, who worked with artist Liam Gillick to design the Manabe Equation House, a hotel in Okayama, in Japan.Masahiro (left) and Mao Harada, of Mount Fuji Architects Studio, who worked with artist Liam Gillick to design the Manabe Equation House, a hotel in Okayama, in Japan.
Masahiro (left) and Mao Harada, of Mount Fuji Architects Studio, who worked with artist Liam Gillick to design the Manabe Equation House, a hotel in Okayama, in Japan.

A Japanese hotel inspired by climate science and designed by a team of architects and an artist

Mount Fuji Architects Studio founders Mao and Masahiro Harada and British artist Liam Gillick designed Manabe Equation House, in western Japan, as part of unconventional hotel project spearheaded by a Japanese art collector

Topic |   Architecture and design
Masahiro (left) and Mao Harada, of Mount Fuji Architects Studio, who worked with artist Liam Gillick to design the Manabe Equation House, a hotel in Okayama, in Japan.Masahiro (left) and Mao Harada, of Mount Fuji Architects Studio, who worked with artist Liam Gillick to design the Manabe Equation House, a hotel in Okayama, in Japan.
Masahiro (left) and Mao Harada, of Mount Fuji Architects Studio, who worked with artist Liam Gillick to design the Manabe Equation House, a hotel in Okayama, in Japan.
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