BY Jana Perkovic
Japan can lay claim to six Pritzker Prize winners, more than any other country except the US. The influence that two of them, Toyo Ito and SANAA, have had on the next generation of Japanese architects will be explored at MoMA in “A Japanese Constellation: Toyo Ito, SANAA, and Beyond,” a survey of Japanese architectural creations since 2000.
Starting with Ito’s Sendai Mediatheque — a glass cube with interior tubes and platforms that made it both elegant and earthquake-proof — and SANAA’s 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, the show will display models, drawings, and images of more than 40 architectural designs.
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