Redefining success

In March this year, stories on Dezeen and the Architects' Journal revealed the existence of unpaid and gruelling internships at the office of Japanese architect Junya Ishigami.[1][2] A leaked email offer stipulated thirteen hour days and six day weeks, and required interns to bring their own computers and software. The article was inspired by the... Continue Reading →

Between nature and architecture

What was it? A series of recent lectures by Japanese architect, Sou Fujimoto, touring Australia as a guest of the excellent C + A journal. Fujimoto presented his philosophy of architecture together with a tailored collection of his projects, including the building for which he is best known, the 2013 Serpentine Galleries pavilion in London. Not only did the Serpentine commission... Continue Reading →

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