Sugiberry (Meaning) shows how an idea that adapts to a changing context, more specifically in the cultural exchange between Flanders and Japan. Schenk Hattori (Translations) seeks the limits of our imagination, and even more the mysterious and often lost elements in architecture.
The Japanese architect Go Hasegawa is constantly investigating new possibilities and relationships between different domains and making new connections. Crucial in this is the feeling of openness that Hasegawa displays.
Take this opportunity to get to know Japanese architecture, art and culture in a backpack-wise manner with other architecture enthusiasts. This original, chronological route starts in the ancient city of Kyoto, takes you along the artificial islands on the way to the metropolis of Tokyo.
The work of the German architect Florian Busch is versatile, stimulating and surprising. As one of the few foreign architects who live and work in Japan (Tokyo), he succeeds in making his mark on the city.
Standing still. Stop for a moment. Taking time, looking at things for a long time, observing, breathing in, dis-covering, reflecting. 36 hours in slowness. Archipel brings slowness in Japan within the 36-hour SLOW event in the Concertgebouw in Bruges.
The subject fits perfectly with the Japan Travel 2018 of Archipel.
Reason enough to organize a group visit to this ‘must see’ exhibition.
The mastery in Japan defies all imagination. Not only in the control of the architectural space, choice of materials and masterful detailing, but also in the surrender of knowledge.
We travel through the land of the rising sun for two weeks. A balanced architectural mix of contemporary, traditional and modern. But also culture, nature, art and … Japanese life is explicitly present.
The Center Pompidou in Metz presents two exhibits two Japonese exhibitions: the architecture expo’JAPAN-NESS’ makes a connection from 1945 to the present and the art expo ‘JAPANORAMA’ depicts Japanese contemporary art after 1970’s.
Talking about the individual house in Japan is about addressing a topical theme in architecture and about targeting the look of urbanism and the society in general. In this exhibition the property exceeds the strict framework of the form of an answer to a particular program. Talking about the contemporary home in Japan, is primarily about showing the relationship to the living history and the interaction between them.
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