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Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa
Transcript of Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa
born in the Ibaraki Prefecture of Japan in 1956
born in the Kanagawa Prefecture of Japan in 1966
Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa
studied at Japan Women's University
joins Toyo Ito's firm Toyo Ito & Associates in 1981
creates own firm Kazuyo Sejima & Associates in 1987
partners with Ryue Nishizawa to form Sejima + Nishizawa & Associates (SANAA) in 1995
Kikutake Sky-House (1958)
Le Corbusier's Le Plan Libre
Toyota Aizuma Hall (2010)
studied at Yokohama National University
partners with former employer Kazuyo Sejima to create Sejima + Nishizawa & Associates (SANAA) in 1995
creates own firm Office of Ryue Nishizawa in 1997
Roofs & Mushrooms, Kyoto University
Teshima Art Museum (2010)
Garden & House, Tokyo (2010)
Rolex Learning Center, Lausanne, Switzerland (2004)
Glass Pavilion, Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio (2001)
"One of the things we wanted to achieve with this project was to create an intimate relationship between the inside and the outside, giving visitors the feeling of walking under the trees...feeling the green atmosphere of the garden."
Serpentine Gallery Pavillion, London (2009)
"SANAA...promote a similar sense of reverse vertigo—in the concept of falling upwards—through their use of an architectural element that exists above us all—the ceiling. An element that, almost by default, is perceptibly overlooked, aesthetically undervalued and although considered structurally essential it is a visual non-entity."
"For architecture that is simultaneously delicate and powerful, precise and fluid, ingenious but not overly or overtly clever; for the creation of buildings that successfully interact with their contexts and the activities they contain, creating a sense of fullness and experiential richness; for a singular architectural language that springs from a collaborative process that is both unique and inspirational; for their notable completed buildings and the promise of new projects together, Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa are the recipients of the 2010 Pritzker Architecture Prize."
collaborate in architectural firm SANAA
emphasis on the interaction between buildings, people, and their environments
create a sense of openness and freedom using glass, reflective material and nature
Kazuyo Sejima & Ryue Nishizawa
Pritzker Prize Laureates of 2010
Rolex Learning Center in Switzerland