One of our favourite things about The Japanese House has been seeing how our visitors have been exploring the exhibition.
From bookshelf inspiration to concrete, statuettes and models to house plants, here are a few of our favourite moments and details captured by our visitors to The Japanese House.
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We checked out ‘The Japanese House Architecture and life after 1945’ exhibition at the Barbican Centre today and it was so enlightening! Toward the end of the exhibition, there’s a 60 min movie on Moriyama-San, an ordinary man who owns this famous architecture house in Tokyo cohabitating in a small community he created. . . . #thejapanesehouse#barbican#インテリア#london#minimal#minimalist#architecture#archilovers#thisislondon#moriyamahouse#interior#exhibition#ryuenishizawa#moriyama#urban#house#londonlife#teampixel
And from our Instagrammer in Residence, @liamfarquhar during his visit to The Japanese House.
‘For me the most interesting thing is authenticity – does the picture come from a good and sincere place?’ Meet @liamfarquhar, our May Instagrammer in Residence. Pictured here is Dace, who works at the Barbican, which Liam snapped when he visited our exhibition #TheJapaneseHouse. Read our interview with Liam on our blog (blog.barbican.org.uk) as we talk authenticity, the perfect shot, and what influences him. #TheJapaneseHouse is on until 25 June.
The Japanese House: Architecture and Life After 1945 is open until 25 June.
Browse more photographs, interviews and videos from The Japanese House in our blog collection: barbican.org.uk/thejapanesehouse