Opening of the Kaji Villa: Looking Towards a Living Legacy

Kaji Villa Leaflet

 

We are holding a special exhibition on the Kaji villa (built in 1928),
Hayama, Kanagawa, in conjunction with the villa’s first public opening.
The Kaji villa was designed as a total work of art by Arata Endo, one of the
most important Japanese pupils of Frank Lloyd Wright and is Endo’s most
important extant works. The building is in remarkably good condition with
its beautiful interior featuring furniture, light fittings, fireplaces all
designed by the architect. Until now the holiday villa was closed to the
public. However, this autumn, the house will be opened for the exhibition as
one of the actions to preserve the villa as a living legacy for the future.
We hope you will take this opportunity to visit this landmark of Hayama.

Opening days: Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays during October and November, 2014, from 10am-4pm
Location: Kaji Villa (Hayama-cho, Miura-gun, Kanagawa)

Check the  complete event leaflet (japanese) at this link

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