Emerging Japanese Architects of the 1990s

Exhibition, Octagonal gallery, 17 April 1991 to 30 June 1991

The exhibition presents the work of a generation of Japanese architects that reached architectural maturity at a time of unprecedented wealth in Japan. The six young architects included—Kiyoshi Sey Takeyama/AMORPHE; Norihiko Dan; Hiroyuki Wakabayashi; WORKSHOP; Hisashi Hara; and Atsushi Kitagawara—freely incorporate Western and Japanese architectural traditions. For this generation, architectural opportunities were abundant early in their careers, allowing them to build major commercial projects while in their 30s.

Curated by Jackie Kestenbaum, Tokyo University / Columbia University.

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