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Kenzo Tange, the father of Modernist architecture in Japan, has died at his home in Tokyo aged 91. Best known for the Yamanashi Broadcasting Centre, the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Stadium and Expo'70 in Osaka, the Pritzker Prize-winner also drew up the masterplan for the rebuilding of Hiroshima.

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