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Artist Shinro Ohtake discusses with The Japan Times “inside-out” buildings, private memories, public meanings and other inspirations underlying the “I Love Yu” bathhouse at Naoshima.

The “I Love Yu” public bathhouse is a collaboration with architects’ collective graf and is a new building, but it looks old, even a bit like a ruin. What was behind this?

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