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Sky Walk / Fránek Architects

Sky Walk / Fránek Architects

Sky Walk / Fránek Architects

Sky Walk / Fránek Architects

Sky Walk / Fránek Architects

Sky Walk / Fránek Architects

Sky Walk / Fránek Architects

Sky Walk / Fránek Architects

Sky Walk / Fránek Architects

Sky Walk / Fránek Architects

K Valley House / Herbst Architects

K Valley House / Herbst Architects

K Valley House / Herbst Architects

K Valley House / Herbst Architects

The Site of Reversible Destiny is an "experience park" opened in 1995 designed by Nagoya-born, New York-based artist Arakawa Shusaku and his wife and artistic partner, poet Madeline Gins. The theme of the park is "encountering the unexpected," spreading across about 18,000 square meters.

The Site of Reversible Destiny is an "experience park" opened in 1995 designed by Nagoya-born, New York-based artist Arakawa Shusaku and his wife and artistic partner, poet Madeline Gins. The theme of the park is "encountering the unexpected," spreading across about 18,000 square meters.

The Site of Reversible Destiny is an "experience park" opened in 1995 designed by Nagoya-born, New York-based artist Arakawa Shusaku and his wife and artistic partner, poet Madeline Gins. The theme of the park is "encountering the unexpected," spreading across about 18,000 square meters.

The Site of Reversible Destiny is an "experience park" opened in 1995 designed by Nagoya-born, New York-based artist Arakawa Shusaku and his wife and artistic partner, poet Madeline Gins. The theme of the park is "encountering the unexpected," spreading across about 18,000 square meters.

Yoro Park: The Site Of Reversible Destiny / Arakawa & Gins

Yoro Park: The Site Of Reversible Destiny / Arakawa & Gins

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