Architecture on the Edge: Nishizawa House
Nishizawa House by Ryue Nishizawa Instead of disappearing and becoming compliant with the surrounding territory, the works of Chilean architecture are sharply man-made, rough, cosmic and oceanic. These breathtaking designs are built on salt blankets in the desert, on the edge of oceans, cradled amongst mountains, and grasping to an earthquake prone land. Through truly stunning photography, Architecture on the Edge features some of the country's most engaging and celebrated buildings, and explores how Chilean architecture revels in pushing design to the very edge. The series includes Pritzker prize-winning architecture and architects from Chile.