Sou Fujimoto

One of the best-known Japanese architects today, Sou Fujimoto (1971) graduated from the Faculty of Engineering at Tokyo University with a degree in architecture. Fujimoto rose to fame a few years later after winning the Architectural Review Awards prize for emerging personalities in the world of architecture for three years in a row.
Fujimoto says that, into the complexity of the natural environment, “we inject our human sense of order (and vice versa), carrying forward a new definition of space which responds to the changing times”.
In 2012 Fujimoto was a member of the team winning the Golden Lion at the Architecture Exhibition in Venice.

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Between nature and human artefact
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