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SnippetTee on Tari Tari’s Architecture

It was an interesting post, and my thoughts…

In the midst of reading up on Tari Tari, though I’ve yet to watch and may not watch. I would have enjoyed mention of how the architecture bridges contemporary and traditional architecture motifs in the Japanese style. The use of wood is clearly traditional, while glass and metal yield modern aesthetic. From the second image, a mild Victorian presence can be seen in the south/west building, which is an interesting contrast between the two campus buildings. I do wonder what the characters were discussing in these frames. Also of interest is the gymnasium, which, with the double gable structure and angled supports/columns, appears as a modern take, streamlined, version of the traditional Mediterranean temple.

Alas, these things were not discussed.

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