The much-anticipated Japan House London has opened in a revitalised an Art Deco building on Kensington High Street. Designed with sleek, contemporary lines, it is spread over three floors, and offers a temporary exhibition gallery, events space, library, retail offer, and Japanese restaurant. The Gallery space’s inaugural exhibition, Sou Fujimoto: Futures of the Future, is being held in collaboration with Tokyo’s Toto Gallery. On show for the first time in the UK, it explores the innovative works of one of the important contemporary Japanese architect.
Tokyo Dreams: Japan House London
Architect Sou Fujimoto is the topic of the cultural institution’s first exhibition
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