This edition features Japanese architect Go Hasegawa, introducing nineteen works, from his first project, House in a Forest (2006), to his most recent completed works, Yoshino Cedar House and Chapel in Guastalla. Our perception of spatial dimensions, gravity, and time has been key to Hasegawa’s approach since the outset of his career, and he challenges preconceived notions involving these concepts. Through the thoughtful presentation of detailed section drawings and new photographs, the issue reveals the structural diversity and relative spatial weight of his architecture. With an essay by Hasegawa entitled “Amplitude in the Experience of Space”.
Tokyo 2017, 22x29 cm, 168pp, illustrated, Paperback.