This instalment focuses exclusively on the residential work of acclaimed architect Kazuyo Sejima, who founded Tokyo-based SANAA together with Ryue Nishizawa in 1995. Featuring more than 25 projects, and including both her individual work and projects accomplished with Nishizawa, the magazine covers a range of buildings, from apartment blocks to single-family houses, and spanning from her early years until the present. Brimming with photographs, architectural drawings, and Sejima’s own sketches, it paints a fascinating portrait of the architect’s thoughtful and sensitive approach to the spaces we inhabit, and how these function in our everyday lives.
Essay Sei Shonagon, or Ariadne - Architecture in the Metropolis Arata Isozaki
Platform (1987~1988) Platform II (1988~1990) Platform III (1989~1990) Saishunkan Seiyaku Woman's Dormitory(1990~1991) N-House (1990~1992) Villa in the Forest (1992~1994) Y-House (1993~1994) Housing Studies (1994~1995) Gifu Kitagata Apartment Sejima Wing (1994~2000) S-House (1995~1996) SANAA M-House (1996~1997) SANAA small house (1999~2000) One hundred thousand (2000) SANAA Plum Grove House (2001~2003) Seijo Townhouse (2005~2007) Okurayama Apartments (2006~2008) Flower House (2006~) SANAA Paris Apartments (2007~) SANAA Shakujii Apartments (2009~2011) SANAA Villa in Hayama (2007~2010) Tsuchihashi House (2009~2011) House in Dangozaka (2011~2014) Kyoto Apartments (2010 ~ 2013) Miyatojima Project (2011~ 2012) SANAA Home-for-all (2011~) House in Nanjing (2004~) SANAA House in Quebradas (2012~) House+Courtyard (2014~) SANAA Inujima Project (2007~)