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Junzo Sakakura (坂倉 準三, Sakakura Junzō, 1901–1969) was a Japanese architect and former president of the Architectural Association of Japan. After graduating from university he worked in Le Corbusier's atelier in Paris. He rose to the position of studio chief during his seven-year stay in the studio. He formed his own practice on his return to Japan becoming an important member of the modernist movement. In 1959, he collaborated with Le Corbusier on the National Museum of Western Art in Tokyo.
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Japanese architect.
Architect, Artist
Junzo Sakakura, Junzō Sakakura
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