Born in 1967, he worked at the University of Tokyo Campus Planning Office from 1994 to 2007, and is currently a professor at the Institute of Industrial Science, the University of Tokyo, where he collaborates in Design Led-X design lab, and is involved in innovative architectural projects based on new ideas and technologies, such as the 3D-printed joint architecture “PENTA”. His major publications include “Design Concept of Architecture” (Shokokusha, 2013, co-authored) and “Architectural studies from the age of 14” (Shokokusha, 2015, co-authored).
Q1: How are you collaborating with SEKISUI HOUSE-KUMA LAB?
A1: Advisor of SEKISUI HOUSE – KUMA LAB
Q2: What is in your photo?
A2: Part of bookshelves at home.
Q3: Please let us know if the photo contains something worth mentioning.
A3: Marianne Stockebrand, “CHINATI The vision of Donald Judd” (Yale University Press, 2010)
Q4: Tell us about your recent interests.
A4: Old contemporary art, self-built architecture
Q5: How do you want to be part of SEKISUI HOUSE – KUMA LAB?
A5: Disseminate various prototyping methods