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EYE-CATCHING DESIGNS: Some of Mr Fujimoto's projects - L'Arbre Blanc in Montpellier, France.
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EYE-CATCHING DESIGNSt: Toilet in Nature, located in Chiba Prefecture.
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EYE-CATCHING DESIGNS: House NA in Tokyo.
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MR FUJIMOTO: 'My role as an architect is to propose new ways for people to live or behave, in both the private and public realms.'

Helping to open people's minds

Architect Sou Fujimoto explains why changing the world is not his intention at all.
Jun 6, 2015 5:50 AM

WHY do architects do what they do? For some, designing a building could be their way of leaving their mark on society, and in the process change the world.

But not for Sou Fujimoto, the Hokkaido-born, and now Tokyo-based award-winning architect. "My role as an architect is to propose new