What Makes a Masterpiece

On my recent holiday I took the March 2015 edition of Monocle magazine with me to read. This issue focused on the amazing innovation that has and continues to come out of Japan, which is still considered internationally as one of the best countries for ideas. This quote from an architecture student in Japan shows why Japanese ingenuity is still so esteemed. As the Sudzuki explains, to create something which is a truly enduring masterpiece it must have a timeless use and appeal.

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