A ‘multifacade’ house designed by Ken’ichi Otani is built in a dense residential area in Setagaya, Tokyo Continue Reading
Setagaya-ku, TokyoMakiko Tsukada Architects
In 1995, after working for Shigeru Ban Architect, Makiko Tsukada set out to start her own practice in Tokyo.
Tsukada’s highly refined design sensibilities could be attributed to her earlier experiences at Obayashi Corporation, one of the major construction/engineering company in Japan, and at Minoru Takeyama Architect & U/A.
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