Kenzo Tange and Modernism

Yoyogi_National_Gymnasium,_from_west-south-west
Of all the architecture that Martin-sensei showed us in class last night, Kenzo Tange’s Yoyogi National Gymnasium caused the most controversy. While unmistakably Modernist, the building broke significantly with Le Corbusier with its clear references to Japanese traditional architecture.

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