Yushi Uehara


On DISPOSABLE CITIES: thinking beyond VOLUME STUDIES 1-10, 11-20

Posted on March 30, 2018 — by

In this review, Yushi Uehara describes the Volume Studies project by LOG/OUT magazine, reflecting upon what Volume means for the Japanese architectural scene and more in general trying to map the influence of the ‘superdutch’ experience in Japanese architecture at large.

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Archis 2004 #5

When was the last time a public building was so acclaimed? OMA’s Central Library in Seattle

Posted on May 1, 2004 — by

Seattle has a very specific culture, which is in a way unique in America, in the sense that it has developed a common sensibility, a highly developed sense of solidarity between the rich and the poor. I think this is the only place in America where the rich are angst-ridden and want to do good, […]

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