Kenzo Tange House
Charcoal on Ingres Guarro paper (Talens 064 aerosol fixative)421 x 330 mm
The Kenzo Tange House (Tokyo, Japan) was designed in 1951 by Japanese architect Kenzo Tange and built in 1953. The house was conceived as a fusion of traditional Japanese architecture and the customs of modern life. The interior of the building is characterised by sliding doors, panels painted with abstract forms in Indian ink, the tatami module, sparse decoration and reduced furnishings.
This work belongs to the exhibition EVERYTHING SOLID VANISHES IN THE AIR.