Metabolism is a modern architecture movement originating in japan and most influential in the 1960s trending roughly from the late 1950s to the early 1970s the word metabolism describes the process of maintaining living cells. Metabolism was a form of radical architecture that developed in japan during the 1960s presented with the opportunities of post war rebuilding as a result of the devastation caused by the 1945 atomic bombs designers and architects began to put into practice alternative theories and ideas for how cities should be designed. Metabolism in architecture was not just confined to kisho kurokawa and the team it influenced many others to come up with innovative futuristic ideas during 1960 in the world design conference kenzo tange presented a futuristic concept for the floating city in tokyo bay in 1961 many us architects exhibited their concepts too
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