4年間の京都生活を経て現在は武蔵野美術大学で建築を学ぶ、 台湾出身の呂司政さん。 過剰に発展したが故に環境が破壊された東京・渋谷に対し、 川と建築が共存できる新しい提案を行いました。 建築家を目指す呂さんのプレゼンテーションは、 将来の大きな可能性を感じさせます。
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