Kengo Kuma has a one-track mind. He designs architecture. He writes about architecture. He even thinks about architecture while soaking in the bath at his favorite hot spring. “There I can study the relationship between interior and exterior, ” says the designer earnestly. But these days Kuma doesn’t have much time to kick back. His Hans Christian Andersen Museum is underway in Odense, Denmark, his V&A Dundee launched last year and his expansion of the Portland Japanese Garden finished in This story is from Kinfolk Issue Thirty-Two Buy Now Related Stories Design Interiors Issue 49 Mimi Shodeinde An audience with the architect. Design Issue 48 Studio Visit: Anupama Kundoo The Berlin-based architect knows what the city of the future should look like. In fact, she’s already built it. Design Issue 48 The Aalto Boat The Finnish architect was a visionary completest—and an amateur boatman. Design Interiors Issue 43 Vincent Van Duysen At home with the cult architect. Arts & Culture Design Issue 36 Alexis Sablone Not many architects skate for their country, and not many skateboarders design the parks they skate in. Design Issue 33 Archive: Roberto Burle Marx Buoyed by the bossa nova experimentalism of mid-century Brazil, an opera-loving landscape architect struck out against the diktats of cool modernism.