Hasegawa goes with the flow
The Ninth Annual Royal Academy Architecture Lecture, sponsored by John Wiley, was given by Itsuko Hasegawa this year, fortuitously coinciding with a London visit in connection with the invited competition to redesign the environs of the Tower of London. Hasegawa's architectural career, stretching over more than 25 years, has a good deal of relevance to the competition, being particularly concerned with waterfront redevelopment.
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