One of Japan’s top architects is working on an “invisible” train — Quartz

Japanese architect Kazuyo Sejima has long been known for making buildings that blend into the environment. Her style has been described as “fluid, transparent and intertwined with nature”—and it’s earned her (along with colleague Ryue Nishizawa) a Pritzker Prize. An example of her style can be found in northern France at Le Louvre Lens Museum:…

melalui One of Japan’s top architects is working on an “invisible” train — Quartz

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