November 26, 1987 |
Japan's top architects have tasted freedom and found it heady. Now their own masters, they worship no ideologies of past style or futuristic form. "We are free from icons, free from gods," said Kisho Kurokawa, with the jumbled silhouette of Tokyo stretching below his studio windows. "It's a new age, a dynamic situation." Architectural critics and Kurokowa's colleagues agree.