Symposium
Symposium: "10 Years After Kenzo Tange — 'Why Tange Now?'"
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Date
Sunday, March 22, 2015 at 14:00
(doors open at 13:00; event scheduled to end at 17:30)
Venue
Kenchiku Kaikan Hall
(Architectural Institute of Japan, 5-26-20 Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo)
Entry
Online pre-registration required. Visit www.toto.co.jp/gallerma for details.
Registration period is from Monday, December 1 2014 to Sunday, February 15 2015.
Selected registrants will be notified by Friday, March 13 2015.
Language
Japanese
Capacity
350 people
Admission
Free
Organized by
TOTO GALLERY·MA
Planned by
TOTO GALLERY·MA Planning and Management Committee
(Special Advisor: Tadao Ando; Members: Waro Kishi, Kazuyo Sejima, Hiroshi Naito, Erwin Viray) + Kenya Hara
Supported by
Tokyo Society of Architects and Building Engineers
Tokyo Association of Architectural Firms
The Japan Institute of Architects Kanto-Koshinetsu Chapter
Kanto Chapter, Architectural Institute of Japan.
SYMPOSIUM PANELIST PROFILES
Koh Kitayama
Architect. Born 1950 in Kagawa Prefecture. Principal, architecture WORKSHOP. Professor, Yokohama Graduate School of Architecture (Y-GSA), Yokohama National University. Major works include 10 C. T. / G-FLAT (AIJ Prize, ARCASIA Gold Medal, JIA Award) and YUTENJI APARTMENTS (Architectural Design Commendation of AIJ). Writings include Koh Kitayama – Architectural Works: in-between (ADP, 2014), and TOKYO METABOLIZING (co-author; TOTO Publishing, 2010).
Yoshitake Doi
Architectural historian. Born 1956 in Kochi Prefecture. Graduated from the Department of Architecture, University of Tokyo. Withdrew from the University of Tokyo Graduate School upon completing doctoral coursework (Doctor of Engineering). Graduated from the L'Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Paris la Villette. Licensed as an architect by the French government. Currently a Professor at the Kyushu University Graduate School. Books include Kotoba to kenchiku (Kenchikugijutsu, 1997), Kenchiku to jikan (Iwanami Shoten, 2000), Akademī to kenchiku ōdā (Chuo-koron Bijutsu Shuppan, 2005).
Hiroshi Naito
Architect. Born 1950 in Kanagawa Prefecture. Emeritus Professor, University of Tokyo. Graduated from the Graduate School of Waseda University in 1976. Worked at the office of Fernando Higueras and the office of Kiyonori Kikutake before establishing Naito Architect & Associates in 1981. Served as a Professor and the Executive Vice President of the University of Tokyo from 2001–2011. Major works include the Sea-Folk Museum; Chihiro Art Museum Azumino; Makino Museum of Plants and People; Shimane Arts Center; TORAYA Kyoto; Asahikawa Station; and SHIIKI HALL, Kyushu University.
Tomohiko Yamanashi
Architect. Born 1960 in Kanagawa Prefecture. Graduated from the Department of Architecture, Tokyo University of the Arts in 1984. Graduated from the University of Tokyo Graduate School in 1986. Joined Nikken Sekkei. Currently an Executive Officer and Principal of the Architecture Design Department. Representative works include the Renai Aoyama Building, Jinbocho Theater, Nomura Headquarters Building, Mokuzai Kaikan, Hoki Museum, and NBF Osaki Building (Sony City Osaki). Awards include the JIA Grand Prix (Hoki Museum) and AIJ Prize (NBF Osaki Building).
Akira Yoneda
Architect. Born 1959 in Hyogo Prefecture. Professor, Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kyoto Institute of Technology. Graduated from the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, University of Tokyo in 1982. Completed the masters course at the University of Tokyo Graduate School. Worked in the design department of Takenaka Corporation from 1984–1989. Completed the masters course at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design in 1991. Established Architecton in the same year.