JA 79, Autumn 2010
JA79 is a special issue devoted to the works of Junya Ishigami. Still in his thirties, architect Ishigami has already begun to attract attention from all over the world.
With their astounding design, his works always exhibit the new possibilities of architecture; a thin, large, and bouncing table, a workshop consists of 305 slender columns, a massive balloon floating in the space, greenhouses made up with columns as slender as plants, and so on.
Including his latest projects such as Architecture as air which won the Golden Lion of the best project at the 12th International Architecture Exhibition at Venice Biennale, JA79 fully expresses Ishigami’s architectural philosophy.
Concerning pure architecture
Transparency and Scale
Architecture as air Venice 2010
The Potentiality of Towers
Forest-like Architecture ––––– KAIT workshop on July 21, 2010
facility of kanagawa institute of technology KAIT workshop
The Proportions of the landscape
Cafeteria in university
lake project / Observatory of the mountain
A municipal hall of mountains / A museum on a cape
Garden and Terrace
A Villa in the City
Greenhouse designing with Yoshizaka
Venice Biennale: 11th International Architecture Exhibition 2008 Japanese Pavilion
A new scale of architecture
Architecture as landscape
yohji yamamoto New York gansevoort street store
An Experiment Involving Space