The first two are dead although their web sites [ www.ktaweb.com and www.kisho.co.jp] carry on, the Kenzo Tange site having the unusual distinction of a four-page set of how-to-use-the-site instructions. Not a Don't-Make-Me-Think site then.
But the Isozaki site most certainly is. A model of rectitude, it simply lists the various sections in a grey strip across the top: Profile, Built and Unbuilt Projects, and so on. From the long scrollable projects list you can select only those names in blue – and you wonder if these are perhaps those Isozaki likes best. You search for a Back button until you realize that the discreet grey strip remains across the top of every page. So a bit of thinking after all.
I thought it might be a Firefox thing but even in clunky Internet Explorer the Publications page mainly consisted of rows of square boxes. Time for a bit of maintenance here. Oh and everything stops in 2005. Is that maintenance or has he stopped work? Nobody could tell me when this went to press.