Shuhei Endo on Why Architecture Should Be "Paramodern"

28 April of 2016 by

Bubbletecture H. Image © Courtesy of Shuhei Endo / Paramodern

Japan has long been one of the centers of production when it comes to avant-garde architecture, stretching back to the middle of the 20th century with Modernist masters such as Kenzo Tange. As one of Japan’s new, emerging architectural leaders Shuhei Endo – the founder of architecture firm Paramodern –…
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