A semi-exterior void forms a public square for the enjoyment of students of the Kanagawa Institute of Technology, a university center which had no hesitations assigning this new project to the architect who had completed some dazzling workshops on th
Located in the Lujiazui financial district of the economic capital of China, the retail store of the eyewear brand JINS is conceived as a large central space free of structural obstructions, making for optimal circulation of customers and flexible pr
Taking inspiration from the dark and humid atmosphere of wineries, this cave-house evokes the passage of time reflected through the process of sedimentation and erosion; it is also evocative of the world of labyrinthine galleries excavated by worms;
Una vasta aunque extremadamente ligera cubierta colonizada por vegetación envuelve una plaza pública y permeable, a medio camino entre lo natural y lo artificial.
El campus del Kanagawa Institute of Technology (KAIT) en Atsugi, a 30 kilómetros al oeste de Tokio, cuenta con un nuevo espacio para que los estudiantes desarrollen sus propios trabajos creativos y de investigación fuera de los programas académicos.
Two words describe the Serpentine Gallery’s summer pavilion this year, built by the Japanese architect Junya Ishigami: picturesque and polemic. It is picturesque because, of all the Serpentine Pavilions raised in London’s Kensington Gardens to date,
The idea that architecture is a form of nature has become a maxim that the firm Junya Ishigami + Associates faithfully follows in its work, an oeuvre now enriched by the Botanical Garden Art Biotop: Water Garden in Tochigi, Japan. The singularity of
Junya Ishigami’s hillock of Cumbrian slate was meant to feel ‘primitive and ancient’. But British regulations – and the wind – dashed his dreams. Is it time to rethink the annual event?
After hundreds of trees were removed from a resort in Japan's Tochigi prefecture, the architect set about on a mission to rescue heritage in a new landscape. Relocating the endangered specimens to an adjacent meadow, he set about creating a breathtak
In what is a masterful feat of structural engineering, architect Junya Ishigami has sculpted concrete cantilevered display shelves that are up to 12-meters (39-feet) long. Ishigami designed the interiors for Tokyo-based eyeware brand JINS, who have o
The Cartier Foundation in Paris has presented a major retrospective on one of the most exceptional talents of contemporary architecture.
Author of fragile, evanescent, powerfully poetic buildings, Junya Ishigami has won the BSI Swiss Architectural Award, bestowed by the Accademia di architettura di Mendrisio in collaboration with the Archivio del Moderno of the same city, with an endo
La expresión ‘generación sin palabras’ alude al carácter no retórico e intuitivo del trabajo de SANAA. ¿Sigue siendo este término válido para definir la obra de sus ‘discípulos’?