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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

AR House

JAPANESE ARCHIVE

Ando reputations illustration architectural review lili zarzycki index

Tadao Ando (1941-)Subscription

By Ken Tadashi Oshima

The young boxer turned self-trained architect mastered a signature style of concrete and shadow in Japan before exploding onto the global scene

Shigeru Ban

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

SANAA