Architect Takharu Tezuka explains the open-plan kindergarten

Hundreds of experts are thinking about the future of our urban environments during the World Cities Summit in China. Many have been influenced by designers such as Tokyo's Takharu Tezuka, who has pioneered the open-plan kindergarten.

    Hundreds of experts are thinking about the future of our urban environments during the World Cities Summit in China.

    Many have been influenced by designers such as Tokyo's Takharu Tezuka, who has pioneered the open-plan kindergarten.

    In the fourth part of our special series, he tells us about the inspiration behind his work.


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