Hiroshi Sambuichi: Moving Materials

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Passionate about making architecture adapt to its surroundings and fusing it with the local scenery and community, Hiroshima-based Hiroshi Sambuichi makes good use of basic elements like wind, water and sunlight in his designs. Aiming to create buildings that remain viable over generations, he's currently exhibiting at this year's Setouchi Triennale. If you can't make it all the way down to the Seto Inland Sea, check out this related exhibit at Nogizaka's Ma gallery, where models, video, blueprints and research data for several Sambuichi buildings – including the multi-purpose Naoshima Hall and the Inujima Seirensho Art Museum – offer a look into the architect's creative process.

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