Japanese architect Junya Ishigami on his London Serpentine pavilion and China, a ‘good place to be working’

//Japanese architect Junya Ishigami on his London Serpentine pavilion and China, a ‘good place to be working’

Japanese architect Junya Ishigami on his London Serpentine pavilion and China, a ‘good place to be working’

Whether he is working on a landmark project in the heart of London for hundreds of thousands of visitors, or a kindergarten in China for a few hundred children at a time, Junya Ishigami says every one of his projects needs to incorporate scenery both inside and outside the structure. He wants to create his own perception of nature.The 45-year-old has been in the headlines after being selected to build this year’s summer pavilion at the Serpentine Gallery in London, which opened to the public on…

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