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Sou Fujimoto Sketchbook Hardcover – 30 Sep 2012


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The works of Sou Fujimoto resist any form of conventional categorization. This young Japanese architect stands for unconventional buildings that cannot be described by standard criteria and definitions such as inside/outside or public/private. Clear divisions such as between floor levels and rooms are shattered by his complex ground plans and interlocking structures which--in a reference to the idea of the cave--he describes as -primitive future.- With this approach he creates forms that are committed to a playful interaction between user and space.

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SOU FUJIMOTO, born in 1971 in Hokkaido, Japan, established his architectural practice Sou Fujimoto Architects in 2000. In 2008, he was World Architecture Festival winner in the Private House category, and was awarded a RIBA International Fellowship in 2012. Recently he completed the new library and museum for the Musashino Art University in Tokyo.


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