After graduating in architecture, Sou Fujimoto was unemployed for 6 years. He refused to work for a large firm out of fear that his ideas would become diluted. His big break came from a comission for the Children’s Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation in Tokyo, thanks to his father who was a hospital director. Fujimoto explored the idea of an "accidental landscape" of buildings, at once like a large house and a small city.
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