"Under-recognised" Itsuko Hasegawa wins inaugural Royal Academy Architecture Prize


Japanese architect Itsuko Hasegawa has been announced as the first laureate of the Royal Academy of Arts‘ architecture prize.

Described as one of Japan’s most important architects by the award’s jurors, Itsuko Hasegawa founded her Tokyo-based practice in 1979 but remains relatively unknown.

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From:: dezeen.com