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    March 17th, 2015: Yokohama Redux - The Saga of Continuous Architecture

    By UTokyoADS
    Mar 13, '15 5:31 AM EST

    We are hosting an event "Yokohama Redux: The Saga of Continuous Architecture" on March 17th at The University of Tokyo.
    The event consists of mid-term review of design studios at Princeton, U-Penn and Columbia taught by Jesse Reiser and Nanako Umemoto, joined by a design studio from Nagoya Institute of Technology and a research seminar from the University of Tokyo. The topic of the studios and the seminar is to revisit Yokohama International Ferry Terminal Competition which marks 15 years anniversary this year and examine and develop the concept of Continuous architecture which was a base of winning proposal by FOA.
    We are also organizing a marathon lecture series by Florian Busch, David Erdman and Tohru Horiguchi who will talk about issues on the concept of single surface/continuous architecture.

    THE EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO PUBLIC 

    When:
    Joint-Reviews: March 17th (Tuesday) from 13:00-16:00
    Special Guest Lectures: March 17th (Tuesday) from 17:00-19:30

    Where: 
    Joint-Reviews: Faculty of Engineering, Bldg#1, 2F Drafting Room
    Special Guest Lectures: Faculty of Engineering, Bldg#1, ADS Studio 415



     
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Founded in 2014, TーADS was established to contribute to and enhance state of the art architectural design education while cultivating architectural culture in Japan. Going beyond the legacy of Japanese pedagogy in which research is conducted in separate laboratories, TーADS is composed of interdisciplinary laboratory platforms with specific concentrations (fabrication, prototyping, media, computation, urbanism).

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