Complementing The Japanese House exhibition in the Art Gallery, we invited some of the architects whose work is on display to learn more about their practice and some of the most influential Japanese architecture.
Delving further into the experimental process behind his domestic work, architect Sou Fujimoto expands on the essential question of boundaries, addressing how to bridge the scale of the human body with that the chaotic metropolis by talking through some of his most acclaimed houses: Primitive Future House, House N and House NA, among others.
In association with the Architecture Foundation.
Find out about upcoming events in the Architecture on Stage series.
The Japanese House: Architecture and Life After 1945 takes place until 25 June
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