WHEN IT COMES TO THE WORK of Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto, I was an early adopter. In 2013, I saw his house design for Solo Projects in Spain based on the concept of a ‘geometric forest’ with untreated timbers forming an open latticework structure. That same year, I was one of thousands of visitors to his Serpentine Pavilion in London’s Kensington Gardens.

His appointment marked a shift in the commissioning of the

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