PREVIEW: Sou Fujimoto: Futures of the Future, Japan House London

The first exhibition to officially open the Japan House London will explore the work of one of Japan’s most influential contemporary architects. 

(c) Japan House Sao Paulo/Rogerio Cassimiro. Japan House London will open with Sou Fujimoto: Futures of Future from the 22nd June. 

On display from the 22nd June, Sou Fujimoto: Futures on Future will launch the opening of the new Japan House London as well as linking to the London Festival of Architecture.

Held in collaboration with Tokyo’s TOTO Gallery. MA, the exhibition will explore  the innovative works of one of Japan’s most influential contemporary architects – Sou Fujimoto. It will present his philosophical and sustainable approach to architecture, looking at current projects but also his experiments for the future.

Sou Fujimoto was born in Hokkaido in 1971 and is a graduate of the University of Tokyo, Department of Architecture. He  established Sou Fujimoto Architects in 2000. Some of his most notable works include Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2013, House NA (2011), Musashino Art University Museum & Library (2010), Final Wooden House (2008) and House N (2008).

Launching on the 22nd June, the Japan House London will be the new London home to celebrate Japanese culture including  the very best in art, design, gastronomy, innovation and technology. The venue will feature a wide-ranging programme to shine a light on the artisans, craftsmen, designers, performers, musicians and other creatives who are making waves in Japan and around the world.

Sou Fujimoto: Futures of the Future will be on display at the Japan House London from the 22nd June until the 5th August. For more information visit:


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