Since opening his studio in 2005, Go Hasegawa has established himself as a leading architect in Japanese residential architecture. In his debut work, 'House in a Forest' (2006), Hasegawa designed a gabled attic space supported by struts under a gabled roof. Here he created a whole new spatial sensation. Since then, Go Hasegawa has amazed the architectural world with his exploration of the merging of outdoor space with indoors. 'Thinking, Making Architecture, Living' explores Hasegawa's ideas on using space and highlights his most recent work and his ideas behind the architectural structures. Published by Lixil (Tokyo).
158 pages, 15 x 21 cm, paperback, Lixil (Tokyo).