“Inconsistency itself breeds vitality.”
“Inconsistency itself breeds vitality.” – Kenzo Tange, 1913-2005, Japanese, architect, teacher, writer, urban planner
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Winner of the 1987 Pritzker Architecture Prize, Tange was one of Japan’s most honored architects. He is revered not only for his own work but also for his influence on younger architects. As one of the most significant architects of the 20th century he combined traditional Japanese styles with modernism and designed major buildings on five continents.