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Ascending order: Loop Terrace, Kobe, Japan, Tomohiro Hata Architect and AssociatesSubscription

By Thomas Aquilina

AR House awards 2019 shortlisted: Inspired by the 17th century Katsura Imperial Villa, Tomohiro Hata Architect and Associates’ Loop Terrace inverts its form by focusing views inwards and providing sanctuary from the bustle of Kobe

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Ascending order: Loop Terrace, Kobe, Japan, Tomohiro Hata Architect and AssociatesSubscription

By Thomas Aquilina

AR House awards 2019 shortlisted: Inspired by the 17th century Katsura Imperial Villa, Tomohiro Hata Architect and Associates’ Loop Terrace inverts its form by focusing views inwards and providing sanctuary from the bustle of Kobe

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Rites of passage: Yu Momoeda Architecture Office, JapanSubscription

By Lili Zarzycki

Poetic sensibility married to a burgeoning ceremonial theme distinguish recent projects by Yu Momoeda Architecture Office 

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Shigeru Ban (1957- )Subscription

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Winner of the 2014 Pritzker Prize Shigeru Ban became known as the sustainable paper architect but behind the cardboard aesthetics lie deep humanitarianism and high-tech aspirations

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Ryue Nishizawa, left, and Kazuyo Sejima have won this year’s Pritzker Prize – the third duo in history to have done so

Ellis Island, New York, USA – Masters of simplicity SANAA win the Pritzker PrizeSubscription

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Less is more? Or less is less? Does the minimalist aesthetic of Pritzker-winners SANAA make great architecture

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