Architecture Biennale Venice 2018
Interview to Tezuka Architects
2006 Visiting Professor, University of California, Berkeley
2009 Professor, Tokyo City University
2017 GLOBAL AWARD FOR SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE
2017 Moriyama RAIC International Prize 2017 (Fuji Kindergarten)
Arguing with the paradox of a “Nostalgic Future” in which our society is using technology to make ourselves feel more “human” Takaharu Tezuka build his philosophy on the inspiration of creating buildings that become livable art. “Architecture is not a thing, but an event. It is a living thing, a kind of symbiosis with human beings”Since establishing Tezuka Architects in 1994, with his wife Yui Tezuka, they have created buildings that transform mere walls and windows into a combination of elements that are at once intensely personal and yet infinite.The House Without Walls (2000), Floating Roof House (2004), Fuji Kindergarten (2007), and Ring Around a Tree (2011) are among the most widely publicized
Tezuka Architects: The Yellow Book, Thomas Sherman / Greg Logan (eds.)
With a foreword by Mohsen Mostafavi and an introduction by Mark Mulligan
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