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Junya Ishigami’s New Park Turns Moscow’s Polytechnic Museum into a Public Offering
Designed with local firm Wowhaus, the park contains an amphitheater, circulation routes, and new entry points into the museum’s porous new basement.
Junya Ishigami’s Stone-Canopied Serpentine Pavilion Is Set to Open
The Japanese architect's undulating slate-clad mass creates an airy space for contemplation, though the project was hampered by building regulations and the question of unpaid intern work.
The U.S. Is Woefully Lacking Good Design for Dementia Patients
Innovative projects, like architect Junya Ishigami’s assisted living community of salvaged houses, point the way forward.
Fondation Cartier Exhibition Invites You Into the Whimsical World of Architect Junya Ishigami
The Paris art museum's first solo architecture exhibition, dubbed Freeing Architecture, is on view through June 18, 2018.