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    Exciting Series of Lectures June 2~8th

    By UTokyoADS
    Jun 2, '15 10:34 PM EST

    We are hosting the symposium "The Saga of Continuous Architecture" on next Saturday and Sunday (for more info, please see


    Related to the event, we have multiple upcoming lectures next week:

    June 2nd 10:00-12:00 (at UTokyo, Engineer bldg.1 415 ADS Room)
    "Points of Inflection"
    Thomas Daniell (University of Saint Joseph)

    June 3rd 18:00-20:00 (at UTokyo, Engineer bldg.1 Lecture room 15)
    "The Task of the Translator"
    Thomas Daniell (University of Saint Joseph)

    June 4th 18:00-20:00 (at UTokyo, Engineer bldg.1 415 ADS Room)
    "Staging the Confederacy: History, Geometry, and a Hint from Isozaki"
    Todd Gannon (SCI-Arc)

    June 5th 18:00-20:00 (at Shimizu corp) Attention: reservation needed (send your name to by June 3rd)
    "Alejandro Zaera-Polo Lecture at Shimizu"
    Alejandro Zaera-Polo (Princeton University)

    June 6th 12:30-14:00 (at UTokyo, Engineer bldg.1 415 ADS Room)
    "City Everywhere: Kim Kardashian and the Dark Side of the Screen"
    Liam Young (Princeton University, AA School)

    June 8th 18:00-20:00 (at UTokyo, Engineer bldg.1 415 ADS Room)
    "Shaken no Stirred"
    Hernan Diaz Alonso (SCI-Arc)

    Hope you can join us!

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