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Kurokawa, The proposal sought to resolve the contradiction between city and countryside through a concrete grid of 500 x 500 m, elevated 4 m high from the agricultural area by pilotis.

Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa survived the Ise Bay Typhoon in 1959 and his experience inspired the design for an "Agricultural City" (1960). This megastructure project consists in a grid-like structure of concrete slabs raised on 4 m stilts on the agricultural soil and is meant to...

“Agricultural City” by Kisho Kurokawa (1960)

edward ogosta architecture: hybrid office. One of the most legible examples which I have seen of the current diagramming trend.:

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Giambattista Nolli – Nolli Plan of Rome, 1784

Giambattista Nolli's map of Rome in the century; the public spaces of the city. thinking of making our scheme an urban scheme, and the circulation/special spaces are the green areas.

Kenzo Tange | Renovación del Distrito de Tsukiji | Tokio, Japón | 1963

Kenzo Tange in front of his Plan for Tokyo in 1960 ESPAÑOL Metabolism was the most important urban architectural, artistic and philo.

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“Agricultural City” by Kisho Kurokawa (1960)