He established junya.ishigami+associates (Tokyo, Japan) in 2004. The firm gained international recognition following the completion of the Kanagawa Institute of Technology’s KAIT Workshop in 2007. Similar success followed with exhibitions at the Venice Architecture Biennale, the latter of which was awarded the Golden Lion for Best Project at the 12th Biennale in 2010. The office has continued to enjoy growing foreign attention for its wide range of design possibilities it explores, from numerous exhibitions and installation projects, such as ‘Balloon’ and ‘Table’, to large scale construction commissions. Regardless of scale, each project is approached from a limitless and open-ended creative perspective to deliver a unique and inspiring outcome.
About the project Serpentine Gallery Pavilion (The Lightness of the Massive) you can read in Oris 119