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Kengo KUMA

Japanese Land art artist

Born in 1954

        This Japanese man is one of the most famous architects of his country.

         Inspired by Japanese construction techniques, his works distill traditional poetry.

          Nature is inserted in the luminous spaces of large, highly architectured structures made from wood, metal or glass.

          While some impose themselves massively in the surrounding space, while others seem almost immaterial, all are characterized by a powerfull dynamism.

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