This site is dedicated to Japanese architect Toyo Ito, one of the most innovative and influential representatives of modern architecture. He is known for his conceptual works in which he seeks to merge the physical and virtual worlds and create a "simulated" city. This longread describes the story of Toyo Ito's life and creative journey, from his childhood and education to the accomplishments that earned him such a prestigious award as the Pritzker Prize. The site also includes illustrations and photographs of Toyo Ito's work that showcase his innovative ideas and approaches to architecture. The influence of Japanese culture on his work and how he used traditional elements of architecture in his work is also described. Overall, this longread is a comprehensive look at Toyo Ito's creative journey, his philosophy and the innovative ideas that have brought him recognition and respect in the world of architecture. It will inspire all lovers and professionals of architecture, as well as those interested in art and design.
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