Interior Design Hall of Fame: Notable Projects by 2018 Inductee Kengo Kuma

Tokyo’s Pigment art supply store, 2015. Photography by Jimmy Cohrssen.

Hongkou Soho office tower in Shanghai, 2015. Photography courtesy of Hongkou Soho.

Powder-coated aluminum louvers in the lobby of Hongkou Soho in Shanghai. Photography courtesy of Hongkou Soho.

The Kitakami Canal Museum in Mizuoshi, Japan, 1999. Photography by Mitsumasa Fujitsuka.

The Tea House Pavilion for the “Gensei Oribe Zanmai Fair” exhibition at the Ceramics Park Mino in Tajimi, Japan, 2005. Photography by Daici Ano.

 Tokyo’s Sunny Hills bakery, 2013. Photography by Daici Ano.

Shang Xia fashion boutique in Shanghai, 2014. Photography by Jimmy Cohrssen.

Valextra, a Milan leather-goods boutique, 2018. Photography by SDL Studio.

Chokkura Plaza, a community hall and gallery in Takanezawa, Japan, 2006. Photography by Jimmy Cohrssen.

Tokyo’s Tetchan restaurant, 2014. Photography by Jimmy Cohrssen.

GC Prostho Museum Research Center in Kasugai, Japan, 2010. Photography by Jimmy Cohrssen.

In Ishikawa, Japan, the Komatsu Seiren Fabric Laboratory, 2015. Photography by Takumi Ota.

The exterior of the Komatsu Seiren Fabric Laboratory features strands of seismic-reinforcing thermoplastic carbon-fiber composite. Photography by Takumi Ota.

A Starbucks Coffee in Dazaifu, Japan, 2011. Photography by Masao Nishikawa.

Portland Japanese Garden in Oregon, 2017. Photography by Jeremy Bittermann.