Dezeen Debate newsletter features a “uniquely immersive” mud restaurant in Japan

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The latest edition of our weekly Design Daily Debate newsletter features Junya Ishigami’s below-ground concrete and mud restaurant. Subscribe to Design Daily Debate now.

A Japanese house and restaurant are contained within a mud-covered building by architect Junya Ishigami, which was crafted by pouring concrete into holes in the ground.

Located in the city of Ube, Yamaguchi Prefecture, the unusual below-ground building has sparked debate amongst commenters.

“The strength of the novelty nullifies the concrete crime”, wrote one.

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Other stories in this week’s newsletter include King Charles III’s impact on British architecture, PMA Madhushala’s Indian home wrapped in a perforated wall of brick and stone and an “elegant shelter” around a chestnut tree by João Mendes Ribeiro.

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