For his first solo exhibition, the Japan-based artist, designer and architect Junya Ishigami will be exploring 'Freeing Architecture.'
At the exhibit, Ishigami unveiled 20 different projects taking place throughout Asia and Europe. The exhibit featured a series of large-scale models, as well as drawings and films that helped document the process of his work, from start to finish, while also displaying the upcoming projects. According to Ishigami, the exhibition aims to alter the public's perception of architecture as a basic and rigid structure.
Through his work and accompanied book, the designer is hoping to "expand my perspective on architecture as flexibly, broadly, and subtly as possible, beyond the stereotypes of what architecture is considered to be."
Image credit: Fondation Cartier
Photo Credits: designboom, jnyi.jp
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