Hideyuki Nakayama

“Located on the fourth and top floor of the old, industrial building–a vast column free space that includes beams and trusses positioned 2.3 meters above floor level–the exhibition featured eight large screens (set up between the kingpost trusses that stand 6 meters apart) each displaying the work of the selected designers. Okada enlisted architect Hideyuki Nakayama, who also happened to realize his house (see designboom’s coverage of okada’s ’0 house’ dwelling here) to envision the scenography for the ‘cinema’.”  (via)


O House / Hideyuki Nakayama Architecture