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Japan’s Kengo Kuma Says the World Should Build Less

Adaptive reuse, repurposing of existing infrastructure, and more reliance on available and natural resources are central themes of MKThinkʻs practice. While the impact of overbuilding makes itself apparent in many cities, it is time to develop implementable solutions to better align what we have with what we need.

Accordingly, Japanese architect Kengo Kuma discusses themes of "Build Less, Solve More" in this Bloomberg article by Aaron Clark.

Kengo Kuma, Build Less Solve More, MKThink


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