When a building is erected, it affects the landscape there, whether it is built or not. Sometimes this is approached consciously, and sometimes not. However, the result is a landscape that has been updated in some way, for better or worse. The landscape here is not only the landscape in relation to the cityscape and natural environment, which is evaluated based on communalized values, but also includes the scene colored by human activities and behavior. In this exhibition, we hope to discuss not only the consciously perceived landscapes of the designers themselves, but also the unconscious landscapes that are interpreted and discovered after the fact through consideration of the exhibits.
Exhibitors Yuko Nagayama Architects Daisuke Furusawa Laboratory, Department of Architecture, College of Science and Technology, Nihon University Kengo Kuma & Associates RFA / Ryuji Fujimura NASCA / Takuya Kikikawa Kubo Miyakojima Architects / Hideo Kubo + Yumi Miyakojima Kohei Kudo Architects & Engineers, Inc. TAKiBI / Akihiko Tochinai Soma Yokoi Architects Sekai / Soma Yokoi takayuki.bamba+associates / Takayuki Bamba Shuhei Goto Architects flat class architects SIA / Masahiro Kazuki Onuma Planning metavortex architects Ryuji Nakamura Architects / Ryuji Nakamura KIRI ARCHITECTS / Keisuke Kiri PERSIMMON HILLS architects + Bear Dances in Hida Forest oXAD / Daisuke Yamagishi + Shin Iimura Architects
Cooperation : JR East Japan Urban Development Inc. Asagaya-Koenji Project Supported by : LOUVIS Co.