Gallery: INTERVIEW: Takaharu Tezuka Incorporates Nature and Function in...

Inhabitat recently had the chance to interview architect Takaharu Tezuka about his unique project the Roof House which emphasizes comfort and functionality over opulence and grandiose design. Tezuka, of Japanese firm Tezuka Architects, operates on the importance of creating functional homes uniquely catered to the residents living within. Read on to see what this innovative thinker and thoughtful architect had to say about the Roof House and about architecture today.

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  1. do-or-design September 16, 2011 at 7:55 am

    Wow!! I love it! I’ve always loved Japanese architecture. I also love his comparison of architecture to sushi.

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