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Japan's oldest wooden stables, a cultural asset over a hundred years old, have been renovated to be earthquake-resistant, and part of it has been renovated as a space to coexist with horses. This is a project to pass on the history and culture of the region, as well as architectural techniques such as thatched roofs and traditional construction methods, to the future of Magari-ya.
Daikichi Yoneta, Non Profit Organization Platform Aomori
Shinichiro Tamaki, Office Wakaru
Yuzuru Fukushi, Minako Fukushi, Shigeaki Kobayashi, Fukushi and Fukushi Architects
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