Toyo Ito

Contemporary Architecture in China: Unedited
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Contemporary Architecture in China: Unedited

Columnist Blaine Brownell, AIA, discusses material execution and performance in... Read more

Cersaie Day Four: Toyo Ito Delivers Keynote, and Faux Wood Abounds
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Cersaie Day Four: Toyo Ito Delivers Keynote, and Faux Wood Abounds

Our final day at the international ceramic tile show included a lecture by the... Read more

Postcard from Milan: Kitchen and Bath Design by Ora ïto and Oki Sato
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Postcard from Milan: Kitchen and Bath Design by Ora ïto and Oki Sato

Products at the biannual Eurocucina fair at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile... Read more

Toyo Ito Wins U.Va.'s 2014 Thomas Jefferson Medal in Architecture
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Toyo Ito Wins U.Va.'s 2014 Thomas Jefferson Medal in Architecture

The Thomas Jefferson Foundation at Monticello and the University of Virginia... Read more

2014 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Revealed
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2014 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Revealed

Designed by Chilean architect Smiljan Radic, the pavilion will open to the public... Read more

Architect Creates 8Bit Pixelated Renderings of Great Architecture and Architects
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Architect Creates 8Bit Pixelated Renderings of Great Architecture and Architects

Architect Federico Babina made a series of pixelated, 8-bit retro portraits of the... Read more

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Learning from Laureates Learning from Laureates

Thom Mayne, FAIA, the 2013 winner of the AIA Gold Medal winner and 2005 Pritzker Prize laureate, sat down (via Skype) with 2013 Pritzker Prize Laureate, Toyo Ito, Hon. FAIA. The SoCal Sculpturalist reached out across the Pacific to talk to Tokyo's post-Metabolist master about his career in design and the changing role of architectural practice in a post-digital age.Mayne describes Ito as an "architect's architect"—and in this exclusive video for ARCHITECT, the two discuss what that means. Read more

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Toyo Ito Was Long Overdue for the Pritzker Toyo Ito Was Long Overdue for the Pritzker

Whatever the Pritzker jury's reasons for delaying the prize to go to Toyo Ito, Aaron Betsky is just grateful that Ito finally got his due. Read more

Toyo Ito Wins the 2013 Pritzker Prize
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Toyo Ito Wins the 2013 Pritzker Prize

With the Pritzker Architecture Prize, Japanese architect Toyo Ito wins a bronze... Read more

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Tokyo: Still Building Tokyo: Still Building

Despite a recession that has lasted almost two decades, the aging and shrinking of its population, and national debt, there are still cranes busy all around Tokyo and other cities and new infrastructure being built. Aaron Betsky vets the competitors for a national stadium, and is exhilarated by the winning design by Zaha Hadid. Read more

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