Architecture Talk by Iishigami Junya
A rare opportunity to gain insight into the creative mind of internationally acclaimed Japanese architect Ishigami Junya in a special talk at Japan House.
Known for highly experimental works which draw on the worlds of nature and fantasy, but are firmly rooted in rigorous architectural research, Ishigami is one of the creators whose work is featured in the exhibition SUBTLE: Delicate or Infinitesimal.
In this talk Ishigami discusses his creative process and visions for contemporary architecture with reference to a number of his studio’s main architectural projects.
Bringing his singular architectural approach to the world of paper, Ishigami's piece ‘SPRING’ can be seen in the Gallery at Japan House from 13 November – 24 December 2018.
About Ishigami Junya:
Born in 1974 in Kanagawa, Japan, Ishigami acquired a master’s degree in architecture and planning at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music in 2000. After working for Kazuyo Sejima & Associates, he founded his office junya.ishigami+associates in 2004. He became a part time instructor at Tokyo University of Science in 2009, a Project Associate Professor at Tohoku University in 2010, and a guest lecturer at Harvard Graduate School of Design in 2014. His work has received many awards both in Japan and internationally, including the Golden Lion for Best Project at the 12th Venice Architecture Biennale.