Architecture as Environment: A Conversation with Kengo Kuma and Toshiko Mori
Part of the Living Traditions Series
Wednesday, December 15, 7-8:15 pm EST (4-5:15 pm PST) | Calculate your local time
Explore the contemporary relationships between the built and natural environments with Kengo Kuma, one of the most astute architects of our time, and critically acclaimed scholar and practitioner Toshiko Mori. The Japanese architectural scene is known globally as one of the most robust, dynamic and expressive platforms in the world for practitioners and enthusiasts alike, offering vast diversity and ingenuity grounded in centuries-old craftsmanship and a unique symbiosis with nature. This webinar addresses seismic shifts in our sense of community and relationship to nature as the Japanese architectural landscape transforms to embrace the synergy created through a trans-disciplinary approach to environment. The fourth event in our five-part Living Traditions webinar series.
Kengo Kuma, Architect; University Professor and Professor Emeritus, the University of Tokyo
Toshiko Mori, Robert P. Hubbard Professor in the Practice of Architecture, Harvard University GSD
Botond Bognar, Edgar A. Tafel Endowed Chair in Architecture, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Ken Tadashi Oshima, Professor of Architecture, the University of Washington
7-8:15 pm EST(4-5:15 pm PST) Discussion and Q&A
This is a free event, with advance registration required. The program will be live-streamed through YouTube, and registrants will receive the viewing link by email on the day before the event. Participants can submit questions through YouTube during the live stream.
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