The Online Magazine of the day: TiP (Think in Practice) Issue #2

Balmond Studio just launched the second issue of TiP for [Think in Practice]. Here is an abstract of the conversation between Toyo Ito and Cecil Balmond about the 'Home-for-All' project, an open exhibition.

Cecil Balmond: What is your position on the moral duties of the Architect today?
Toyo Ito: As seen in the case of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, the modernist ideal of technology's omnipitence has collapsed. We should there fore clearly define the new architectural philosophy that is based on the relationship with nature.

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