Architect Challenges Design Principles With Suspended Buildings
After spending most of his life studying architecture and design history, Terunobu Fujimori began creating visions that were entirely his own at the age of 44.
At the age when most people begin to think about retirement, Terunobu Fujimori embarked on a new career as an architect, using the design knowledge he amassed over decades as an architectural historian to create his own designs. of design when he reached his 40s. His one-of-a-kind buildings are otherworldly and imaginative, with some suspended in the air and others balanced on spindly legs.
Fujimori avoids the use of advanced technology and creates ecological buildings that utilize natural materials such as volcanic rock, stone, earth, and wood.
Click through the gallery below to see some of his creations: