Kisho Kurokawa on the Nakagin Capsule Building

Built in 1972, the Nakagin Capsule Building has been an icon of Tokyo’s postwar architectural landscape, and yet has been poorly maintained. It now potentially faces demolition.

In Interviews TAB Video by Jason Gray 2007-08-10

To watch a video of Kisho Kurokawa talking about the National Art Center, click here.
To read the full interview with Kisho Kurokawa, click here.

Jason Gray

Jason Gray. Born in the UK and grew up in Toronto, Canada where he received a BA in Film. Jason Gray has been based in Japan for 7 years and works in the film industry, mainly as a journalist (Japan correspondent for Screen International) and translator for Japanese movies and film festivals. Also active in digital filmmaking and screenplay writing. Enjoys attending screenings and gallery exhibitions in Tokyo, as well as blogging. Personal Page » See other writings


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