R.I.P. Yukio Futagawa (1932-2013)

Acclaimed Japanese architectural photographer and founder of Global Architecture (GA) magazine Yukio Futagawa died on March 5, 2013, at the age of 80.

Futagawa spent his 60-year career as a photographer, editor, and publisher, depicting and interpreting the architecture and culture of Japan, as well as the architecture of leading designers from other countries. He worked with many renowned architects and historians, including Christian Norberg-Schultz, Philip Johnson, and Kenneth Frampton.

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Photograph of Yukio Futagawa taken in Sao Paulo, Brazil, while he was photographing works by Architect Oscar Niemeyer (2008).

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Photo by Yukio Futagawa

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Photo by Yukio Futagawa

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Photo by Yukio Futagawa

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