Windowscape - From the Research Processes of Windows to Milano Salone

Tokyo Midtown Design Hub

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Members of the Tsukamoto Lab at Tokyo Kougei University unveil their ongoing research into the architecture of windows, with a rich selection of photographs, sketches and documents from across 30 different countries, along with field work records and detailed surveys, including documents of their participation in the world’s biggest design festival Milano Salone and window installations from Atelier Bow-Wow.

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Talk Sessions and Workshops

Talk Session 1 “Windows and Art”
Date: May 31(Sat) 17:00-19:00
Capacity: 100
Admission: Free
Speakers: Taro Igarashi(Architecture Critic), Kenjiro Hosaka(Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo), Yusuke Kamada(artist)

Talk Session 2 “Window Field Work”
Date: June 7(Sat) 17:00-19:00
Capacity: 100
Admission: Free
Speakers: Fuminori Nousaku(architect), Chie Konno (Head of Konno, architect), Shinichi Kawakatsu(Director of RAD, researcher)

Talk Session 3 “Talking Windows”
Date: June 14(Sat) 17:00-19:00
Capacity: 100
Admission: Free
Speakers: Yoshiharu Tsukamoto(Atelier Bow Wow), Hiroshi Sato(Architecture Anthropologist), Norihito Nakatani(Engineering Historian)

Workshop “Window Field Work”
An opportunity to walk the streets of Tokyo in the search for interesting windows and capture them in original drawings
Date: June 1(Sun) 10:00-17:00, June 7(Sat) 10:00-16:00
Capacity: 20 participants for each event (reservation required)
Admission: Free
Instructors: Fuminori Nousaku, Chie Konno



from May 31, 2014 to June 15, 2014



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