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This is Junya Ishigami's -young Japanese architect- most important work to date.
2011: Second interview with Japanese architect Junya Ishigami. This time we focus on his relationship with Art and his will to make architecture for the future.
Museum in Ningbo, China, by Chinese office Amateur Architecture Studio, led by the architect Wand Shu -2012 Pritzker Laureate-.
Located in Sendai city, this Mediatheque is one of the most important buildings by Japanese architect Toyo Ito.
Kindergarden by Japanese architects Takaharu & Yui Tezuka, located in Tokyo, Japan.
2010: Our third interview with Chinese architect Wang Shu, founder of the office Amateur Architecture Studio and 2012 Pritzer prize laureate, held at Venice Architecture Biennial.
2009: Our second interview with Chinese architect Wang Shu, 2012 Pritzer prize laureate, focused on Chinese education.
2008: Our first interview with Chinese architect Wang Shu, founder of the office Amateur Architecture Studio and 2012 Pritzer prize laureate, held in Hangzhou, China.
2008: Interview with renowned Japanese architect Toyo Ito at his office in Tokyo, Japan.
2009: Interview with this Japanese architect while visiting Chile.