The average lifespan of a house in Japan is around 30 years. Rather than renovating, homes are torn down and made anew. In her latest project, Suzuki raises questions about the political and economic factors behind the need to scrap.
Peering into construction sites through the surrounding viewing panels, Malka re-frames the perception of progress and development as loss of identity
For some, it is an iconic example of 1970s Brutalist architecture; for others, a big,…