Located in a provincial city, creating an oasis which represents the traditional Japanese wood architecture as well as agoras and playgrounds is the intention.
The intention is to make the best use of the square bearing blocks that are found in temple gate like Kencho-ji.
Sustaining the expanding squares at the center of each side by the small columns like square bearing blocks, the design of inverted pyramid provides images that the futures of children would expand.
The forms of the two pairs of squares share the sides express that adults and children would live hand in hand and together.
This tranquil architecture in the pond adds new scenery to the park and it would become one of the memories for children.