To coincide with its exhibition Made in Tokyo: Architecture and Living, 1964/2020 (on until January 26, 2020), the Japan society presents this talk with Kengo Kuma, who is currently working on the New National Stadium in Tokyo (with Taisei Corporation and Azusa Sekkei). The world-renowned architect takes inspiration from nature and natural materials in a modernistic approach that explores the recovery and revitalization of the traditional aesthetics of Japanese architecture. Kuma will share his recent projects and dynamic vision beyond 2020 through his holistic approach in creating architecture in harmony with the environment towards a new quality of living.
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