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For Itsuko Hasegawa, a construction must by its presence recompose what it replaces and serve as a means of communication with nature. From her earliest project developments, Itsuko Hasegawa has played with contexts and programs in her architecture. Based on the adequacy of architecture in relation to a situation, her work is nurtured by the contradictions of the surrounding world which enrich it and set up a dialog between what is built and its environment, between form and structure and between technology and nature. Architecture becomes a landscape, a whole, a continuous, unbroken element. Itsuko Hasegawa utilizes new technologies, but always in the service of architecture that is thought out in its relation to individuals and to its natural environment. She rejects the idea of an all-powerful and gratuitous technology.

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For Itsuko Hasegawa, a construction must by its presence recompose what it replaces and serve as a means of communication with nature. From her earliest project developments, Itsuko Hasegawa has played with contexts and programs in her architecture.

Based on the adequacy of architecture in relation to a situation, her work is nurtured by the contradictions of the surrounding world which enrich it and set up a dialog between what is built and its environment, between form and structure and between technology and nature. Architecture becomes a landscape, a whole, a continuous, unbroken element. Itsuko Hasegawa utilizes new technologies, but always in the service of architecture that is thought out in its relation to individuals and to its natural environment.

She rejects the idea of an all-powerful and gratuitous technology. It is in the relationship of sensitive intelligence between all the elements of the same project human, natural and technological that the power of her architecture is revealed.

A graduate in architecture from the Kanto Gakuin University of Yokohama in , Itsuko Hasegawa was one of the first renowned Japanese women architects.

She founded her own agency in , after working in those of Kiyonori Kikutake and then Kazuo Shinohara. She was then commissioned to do a large number of projects, such as the Sumida Culture Factory in Tokyo , the Yamanashi Museum of Fruit , and the Fukuroi Workshop Centre This massive building houses vast, light-filled rooms and has a garden on the roof.

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Japanese architect Itsuko Hasegawa has been announced as the first laureate of the Royal Academy of Arts ' architecture prize. Hasegawa seems to be speculating how one can change the world through architecture," she continued. Through this prize we hope to bring her the much-needed recognition she deserves. The experimental form of Hasegawa's architecture has roots in her early links with Japan's forward-thinking Metabolist architects, including Kenzo Tange , and with her work at the practice of Japanese architect Kazuo Shinohara. While Hasegawa may not be a household name, her work has been widely decorated within the profession. The Royal Academy Architecture Prize, as well as the new David Chipperfield-designed architecture centre, come thanks to a seven-figure donation from the Dorfman Foundation. Another new prize has also been created in honour of the charity — the RA Dorfman Award for emerging architects.

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Itsuko Hasegawa was born in Yaizu City, Japan in From then until , she worked with Kiyonori Kikutake and then spent two years studying at Tokyo Institute of Technology. From she worked under Kazuo Shinohara at the institute. She became the principal of her own design studio in Tokyo, called Itsuko Hasegawa Architectural Design Studio in , which was renamed the Architectural Design Studio in In , Hasegawa won first prize in a competition to design the Shonandai Cultural Centre. Initially, the design was not popular among the local residents, who were concerned on how the building would be buried below ground level.

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