Japan House Los Angeles presents “Sou Fujimoto: Futures of the Future,” a free public showcasing a wide variety of works by acclaimed Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto, now on view through Dec. 12.
The exhibition will highlight recurring themes and concepts Fujimoto applies to his designs that are rooted in humanity.
View more than a hundred architectural models and floor-to-ceiling photographs of public and private buildings from around the world including Tokyo, London, Paris, Doha, Budapest and more. The exhibit also includes whimsical models of miniature people next to ordinary objects like potato chips, a sponge and a drinking glass.
The exhibition is accompanied by several works from “Architecture is Everywhere,” Fujimoto’s installation displayed at the Chicago Architecture Biennial in 2016. Visitors will get a glimpse of Fujimoto’s fantastical designs where he pairs small-scale human figures with everyday items, like ping-pong balls. The architecture plants the seed of inspiration to reimagine the future, allowing visitors to observe things differently in order to ignite creativity.
Japan House Los Angeles is located at 6801 Hollywood Blvd. For information, visit japanhousela.com, or call (800)516-0565.
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