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My New Challenges in Pursuing the Architect’s Mission

A pioneer of participatory design, Itsuko Hasegawa engages with her own educational programs to catalyze a countermove against an urbanization that increasingly marginalizes small architectural firms.
Itsuko Hasegawa interviewed by Mohsen Mostafavi
  • Itsuko Hasegawa is an architect. Principal of Itsuko Hasegawa Atelier, she has pioneered architecture design through participatory process in Japan since the 1980s. She received the Royal Academy Architecture Prize in 2018 and an honorary degree from University College London in 2001.