Kengo Kuma

 
Kengo Kuma (born 1954 in Kanagawa Prefecture) is considered one of Japan's most important contemporary architects. Founder in 1987 of the Spatial Design studio and later of the architectural firm Kengo Kuma & Associates, he has established himself as a leading architect by reinterpreting Japanese tradition with contemporary techniques, while forging a close relationship between urbanism and nature. He is the architect of Tokyo's New National Olympic Stadium for the 2020 Summer Olympics.

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2024
French edition
Les presses du réel – Architecture / design / graphic design – Architecture
MCJP (Maison de la Culture du Japon à Paris)
forthcoming
A presentation of the fascinating architectural legacy of the Tokyo Olympic Games through two iconic buildings, the Yoyogi Olympic Gymnasium and the New National Stadium, highlighting the two world-renowned Japanese architects behind these projects: Kenzō Tange and Kengo Kuma.
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