Earthquake-Resistant Coffee House in Shizuoka, Japan

Japan’s infrastructure is built with earthquakes in mind, and the Coeda House, a cafe in Shizuoka, Japan, is one example. Instead of columns, architecture studio Kengo Kuma & Associates created a tree-like form in the middle of the coffee house.
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