Mark #19

Apr/May 2009

According to architect Yoshiharu Tsukamoto, the most important occupant of Atelier Bow-Wow’s latest residential design is fire. According to Jylian Russell, Canadian architect is boring. Meanwhile, the Sumika Project for Tokyo Gas lets four Japanese architects get back to basics. Delugan Meissl’s Porsche Museum is the swan song of iconic automotive architecture. From Japan, Kazuyo Sejima tells us why the Okurayama apartment block is her most complex project to date. Finally, Splitterwerk fuses architecture with visual art – as long as the result has nothing to do with the meaning.