"Intermediating Patterns" Exhibition

Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Tokyo

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In the gradual process of continuing development the Japanese craftsman learned to adapt and simplify design forms until they attained a degree of purity through progressive evolution. Each motif reached a stage of graphic perfection akin to shorthand symbols, which made their application to decorative and spatial usage ideal.

The Intermediating Patterns exhibition shows a generation of architectures able to integrate advanced technology and traditional culture. The aim of the exhibition is to show that traditional patterns can be successfully utilized for the production of intermediate spaces, new forms and architectural structures. It comprises a site specific installation, digitally fabricated models, video projections, drawings and research conducted at Kengo Kuma Lab and Yusuke Obuchi Lab of The University of Tokyo.

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From 2011-09-26 To 2011-10-12
11:00-18:00, closed on Sunday.

Opening Reception on 2011-09-26 from 19:00

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