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Junya Ishigami: 'I want to make the sky'

The Japanese architect designs buildings that float or are almost invisible – but now his fairytale visions are becoming a realityImagine a world where buildings don’t exist. A place with no rustic cottages nor gleaming skyscrapers, no classicism nor modernism, no preconceived idea of what a house or an office block should be. How would we make spaces from scratch if anything was possible? Freed from the conventions of architecture and construction, what would this world look like?It’s a question Japanese architect Junya Ishigami has been trying to answer for...

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Published By: theguardian.com - Tuesday, 3 April