Kuma Kengo: Architecting a New Way of Life
COVID-19 has forced us to rethink the functions and roles of offices and houses. We may have reached our limit to live comfortably in "boxes" built with a human-centered mindset. The pandemic has exposed the weaknesses of the "closed box." As we confront these new forms of daily life, how can we create ideal living spaces? In this episode, world-renowned architect Kuma Kengo introduces some of his recent projects and discusses his vision for the future of architecture and cities.

Time Magazine selected Kuma Kengo as one of the 100 most influential people of 2021.
Government buildings Toshima City
Developing a design to escape the box
Ikebukuro reborn
Redeveloping an old housing complex