Masahiko Yendo, Under Distraction
By definition, the Greek term Utopia is literally a non-place. Commonly, it is used to describe an ideal society, respectively a perfect community, which does not (yet) exist. By definition, an architect is a person trained in the planning, design, and oversight of the construction of buildings.
Masahiko Yendo’s approach reaches far beyond this simple term, as his “take on experimental architecture is non-built.” So join his “process of discovering”, and find out who really builds the buildings in our latest Gestalten.tv interview, which took place at Mas’s studio in New York’s Hamptons.
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