When I entered into the Japanese-style room, nobody was there and the room covered with tatami-mat was dim. The room was wrapped with the silence and what I could hear was the buzzing of cicadas. And the windows were opened.
The sunlight was coming through the windows. And I found a pyrethrum coil beside a window. Because there were no mosquito screens, the mosquitoes could come into this room with freedom.
|Oct 2006 ARCHITECTURE KYOTO|
|DIMNESS KYOTO CITY ROOM SUNLIGHT TEMPLE|
October 18, 2006
January 19, 2020
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