The Power Station of Art (PSA) is exhibiting a highly-acclaimed Japanese architect Toyo Ito: On the Stream. It take place between April 22nd and July 23rd on PSA’s 7th Floor.
Toyo Ito has become known for creating renowned designs that embody a strong conceptual basis and natural aesthetic form. The Japanese creative famously stated that ‘all architecture is an extension of nature’, and his work continually strives to place an importance on both environmental and social factors.
He won the Pritzker Prize in 2013, and design a list of acclaimed buildings including the recently completed National Taichung Theater in Taiwan. And working on the latest project in China, Ningbo Huamao International School Library from 2015. Again, he adopted tree morphology as the building’s structure, and create a comfortable space with the environment.
This exhibition includes all Toyo Ito & Associates, Architects’ key projects since its founding in 1971. By studying individual cases of Japan’s contemporary architects, PSA seeks to reflect on the relations between China’s architecture, society and humanity, and provide proactive exchanges and solutions.