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This is Junya Ishigami's -young Japanese architect- most important work to date.

Author(s): 
Junya Ishigami
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Buildings
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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.

Author(s): 
Junya Ishigami
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Interviews
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Museum in Ningbo, China, by Chinese office Amateur Architecture Studio, led by the architect Wand Shu -2012 Pritzker Laureate-.

Author(s): 
Wang Shu
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Buildings
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Located in Sendai city, this Mediatheque is one of the most important buildings by Japanese architect Toyo Ito.

Author(s): 
Toyo Ito
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Buildings
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Kindergarden by Japanese architects Takaharu & Yui Tezuka, located in Tokyo, Japan.

Author(s): 
Takaharu Tezuka
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Buildings
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2010: Our second interview with Japanese architect Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima, founders of Atelier Bow-Wow, held at 12th Venice Architecture Biennale, Italy.

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Interviews
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$3.00
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2008: Our first interview with Japanese architect Yoshiharu Tsukamoto, held in his House & Studio, Tokyo.

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Interviews
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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.

Author(s): 
Wang Shu
Format: 
Interviews
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$3.00
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2009: Our second interview with Chinese architect Wang Shu, 2012 Pritzer prize laureate, focused on Chinese education.

Author(s): 
Wang Shu
Format: 
Interviews
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$3.00
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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.

Author(s): 
Wang Shu
Format: 
Interviews
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$4.99

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