Municipal Funeral Hal in Kakamigahara Japan by Toyo Ito, this year's Pritzer Architecture Prize winner

Mid Century Ship Interiors

Toyo Ito and Cecil Balmond's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, 2002, London, U.K.... great geometric shapes to inspire a pattern

Toyo Ito Wins the 2013 Pritzker Architecture Prize

Toyo Ito and Cecil Balmond's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, 2002, London, U.K.... great geometric shapes to inspire a pattern

“However, when one building is completed, I become painfully aware of my own inadequacy, and it turns into energy to challenge the next project. Probably, this process must keep repeating itself in the future. Therefore, I will never fix my architectural style and never be satisfied with my works.“ | Tama Art University Library / Toyo Ito

“However, when one building is completed, I become painfully aware of my own inadequacy, and it turns into energy to challenge the next project. Probably, this process must keep repeating itself in the future. Therefore, I will never fix my architectural style and never be satisfied with my works.“ | Tama Art University Library / Toyo Ito

This opera house by Toyo Ito features a series of hourglass wells in its facade, which are filled with gridded glazing to frames views of the city from terraces within.

This opera house by Toyo Ito features a series of hourglass wells in its facade, which are filled with gridded glazing to frames views of the city from terraces within.

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