Just how much do you trust your intuition? Japanese architect and designer Koichi Futatsumata designs based on his senses rather than a clear planning method, or academic research. We find out how it all comes together.
The timeless designs of Japanese architect and designer Koichi Futatsumata of CASE-REAL are led by an intuitive and holistic approach of balancing form, function and feeling.
One of Japan’s leading architecture and design firms, Case-Real looks to integration as a key element across their practice, both in materials and environment.
Japan has produced half a dozen Pritzker Prize-winning architects. Design is in the blood. But who is the next generation of design talent from this country – we take a look at the names you should know now and enjoy the beauty of the work they’re producing.