The Future of Creation: Kuma Lab Weaving
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This exhibition introduces the Kengo Kuma Laboratory at The University of Tokyo Department of Architecture, founded in 2009, through the word “weaving.” Many of Kuma Lab’s design projects can be understood as a pursuit of different types of weaving of various materials. From plastic rod, timberto metal sheet, or even the roads composing a city, it has worked with diverse solidities and scales to develop new ways of weaving. The exhibition will represent various forms of “weaving” from the Kuma Lab, including a full-scale mock up installation of a pavilion which is planned to be constructed in Canberra, Australia.