As one practice among Japan's emerging crop of talented architects, Takaharu and Yui Tezuka of Tezuka Architects can boast some highly successful projects; perhaps most notably among their collection of houses, medical buildings, and community buildings is the Fuji Kindergarten. Completed in 2007, the unusual open-air design was so successful that it earned Takaharu Tezuka a spot on stage at TEDxKyoto. In this interview from his series “Japan's New Masters,” Ebrahim Abdoh speaks to Yui and Takaharu about their formative experiences in the United States and United Kingdom, their design approach, and the unique challenges that come with working in Japan.
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Tezuka Architects on Their Formative Experiences, Architecture as a Cure and Finding Your Unique Wisdom
09:30 - 7 September, 2016
https://www.archdaily.com/794866/tezuka-architects-on-their-formative-experiences-architecture-as-a-cure-and-finding-your-unique-wisdom Ebrahim Abdoh