Symposium “Thinking about Japanese Architecture Now”
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Japanese-English simultaneous interpretation available
This symposium brings together specialists in various fields to discuss the current and future state of architecture in Japan. A keynote lecture by Fujimori Terunobu will unravel the history of Japanese architecture while considering its unique characteristics and global influence. The architect Sejima Kazuyo, designer Hara Kenya, and new media art practitioner Saito Seiichi join architectural historian Kurakata Shunsuke, who co-curated the exhibition at Mori Art Museum, to examine Japanese architecture today and its future.
- Date & Time
- 14:00-17:00, April 30 [Mon], 2018 (Doors Open: 13:30)
- Fujimori Terunobu (Architect; Architectural Historian; Professor Emeritus, The University of Tokyo), Sejima Kazuyo (Architect, SANAA Co-founder and Co-principal), Kenya Hara (Designer), Saito Seiichi (Creative & Technical Director, Rhizomatiks), Kurakata Shunsuke (Architectural Historian; Associate Professor, Graduate School of Engineering Urban Engineering [Architecture], Osaka City University)
- Nanjo Fumio (Director, Mori Art Museum)
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