There is no lack of extraordinary individuals in Japan, and Fujimori Terunobu is one of them. Originally a scholar in construction history, he only changed careers and became an architect at the age of 44. Without being constrained by standard architecture theories, his creations know no bounds. He has created La Collina Omi-hachiman, whose irregular appearance resembles a small hill, as if modeling on Mountain Hachiman in the background. This oddly-shaped small house has also actual functions, with its green roof serving to insulate against the heat or cold. Contrary to expectations, environmental constructions can also be so intriguing.
looking at the photos and reading articles. Each word and sentence conjures up images. An enthusiast of Japanese culture, I would like to leave a record of my own memories of the Heisei Era before the new one begins.