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Japanese and Chilean Architects Collaborate to Design Houses for the Ochoalcubo Project

Ochoalcubo… (Eight-Cubed) is a pioneering project in Chile that seeks to unite leading Chilean and Japanese practices with ground-breaking architecture. The collaborative enterprise was started by Eduardo Godoy, a design impresario who began working in Chile in the 1980s and who has always been a strong advocate for innovative design and Sigue leyendo

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Ochoalcubo: Japan + Chile

In Chile, a very special project is being developed.
Eduardo Godoy, a design impresario who started his business in Chile in the 80′s, has always been an advocate for design and architecture in the country. In Chile, more than 40… Sigue leyendo

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Milan Design Week 2013: Akihisa Hirata Designs ‘Amazing Flow’ for Lexus

Under the guidance of Toyo Ito, Japanese architect Akihisa Hirata… envisioned an  futuristic, experienced-based installation which sought to express “manifestations of flow as they relate to people and nature” to the spectators of the 2013 Milan Design Week. Titled Sigue leyendo

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Milan Design Week 2013: Energetic Energies for Panasonic / Akihisa Hirata

Envision a future where undulating “solar plants” transform the rectangular masses of our cities into a vibrant metropolis where technology aids in the coexistence of humans and nature. Represented in the conceptual installation “Energetic Energies” at the Milan Design Week… Sigue leyendo

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‘Akihisa Hirata: Tangling’ Exhibition

[ September 15, 2012 0:00 to November 17, 2012 0:00. ] Taking place at the Architectural Association until November 17, the ‘Akihisa Hirata: Tangling’ exhibition is the first ever international solo show put on by Akihisa Hirata…, an emerging Japanese architect. The exhibit features an immersive 1:1 scale installation – Sigue leyendo

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Akihisa Hirata: Tangling

[ September 15, 2012 1:00 to November 17, 2012 1:00. ] Presented in an “interwoven tangle”, Japanese architect Akihisa Hirata… has revealed his view of architecture and ecology, along with form and function, in his first ever international solo exhibition at the The Architecture Foundation in London. Now on view, the Sigue leyendo

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Akihisa Hirata: Tangling

[ September 15, 2012 1:00 to November 17, 2012 1:00. ] Presented in an “interwoven tangle”, Japanese architect Akihisa Hirata… has revealed his view of architecture and ecology, along with form and function, in his first ever international solo exhibition at the The Architecture Foundation in London. Now on view, the Sigue leyendo

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AD Interviews: The Japan Pavilion at the Venice Biennale / Toyo Ito, Akihisa Hirata, Sou Fujimoto

During the opening of the Venice Biennale, we had the chance to sit down and talk with the curator and participants of the Japan Pavilion, awarded with the Gold Lion.
In the following videos you can see Toyo Ito, curator… Sigue leyendo

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