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Junya Ishigami's architecture models go on show at DeSingel, Antwerp

Find insights from Ishigami and a video tour of the exhibition on wallpaper.com  'Junya Ishigami: How Small? How Vast? How Architecture Grows' showcases over 50 models of the Japanese architect's work (Image via wallpaper.com) Positioned on 10 long tables, the dainty models - ranging from small-scale proposals, to realised work and even utopian landscapes - are on show in Europe for the very first time (Image via wallpaper.com) The minimalist display is representative of Ishigami's exploration of the subtlety of the natural elements (he's often referencing water, air, clouds and wind in his work; Image via wallpaper.com)  The exhibition is a fitting addition to the architect's growing portfolio of delicate and thoughtful presentations (Image via wallpaper.com)

Positioned on 10 long tables, the dainty models - ranging from small-scale proposals, to realised work and even utopian landscapes - are on show in Europe for the very first time (Image via wallpaper.com)
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Positioned on 10 long tables, the dainty models - ranging from small-scale proposals, to realised work and even utopian landscapes - are on show in Europe for the very first time (Image via wallpaper.com)



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