In conjunction with The Japanese House, architect Ryue Nishizawa talks about the work of both his own office and SANAA, the studio he shares with Kazuyo Sejima. The youngest architect to win the prestigious Pritzker Prize, Nishizawa’s practice ranges from major art museums such as Hiroshi Senju Museum to experimental family homes. This is a rare opportunity to hear the architect discussing this pioneering Moriyama House, which is presented in the exhibition in an ambitious 1:1 recreation.
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