On the Radar: Kurokawa’s Takara Beautilion Pavilion at Japan’s EXPO ’70

Famous architect Kisho Kurokawa designed this groovy building for a world's fair in Osaka called EXPO '70--the first to be held in Japan. Kurokawa took a great interest in philosophy and idealized, himself, that every culture has two traditions: the visible and the invisible. He focused the majority of his work on Japan's "invisible" traditions, …

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