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Japanese-born ceramic artist Kenji Uranishi relocated to Brisbane in 2004. From his tiny studio, porcelain structures reminiscent of the built environment are created using slip casting and slab techniques. His work fuses great craftsmanship and Japanese sensibility with a fascination for his surrounding environment

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i think my love for a nice structured blazer stems from my passion for architecture...the proportions and movement seen in the built environment translate into my wardrobe seamlessly.

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from ArchDaily

Gallery of Interview with WOHA: “The Only Way to Preserve Nature is to Integrate it into Our Built Environment” - 15

from ArchDaily

Gallery of Interview with WOHA: “The Only Way to Preserve Nature is to Integrate it into Our Built Environment” - 12