UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG
FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE

Kazuhiro Kojima

Kazuhiro Kojima
Date:
30-Oct-2015
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Speaker:
Kazuhiro Kojima
Venue:
Room 419, Knowles Building, Pokfulam Road, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Lecture Title:
Architecture by “Group of small arrows”

Biography

1958 Born in Osaka

1982 Graduated from Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University

1984 Completed the Master Course of Architecture, University of Tokyo

1986 Co-established Coelacanth Architects

1988-91 Research associate, University of Tokyo

1994 Associate Professor at the Tokyo University of Science

1998 Reorganized into Coelacanth and Associates (C+A)

2005 Co-established C+A tokyo office (CAt) with Kazuko Akamatsu

2005-11 Professor at the Tokyo University of Science

2011- Professor at Yokohama Graduate School of Architecture (Y-GSA)

Lecture Synopsis

We look at the flows of elements in our life environment such as wind, light, sound, and people’s activities. They are taken as “Small Arrows” in our design process and re-organized to create a space for people and their diverse and lively activities. This lecture introduces our current projects and the design thinking behind them which is believed to replace the “Universal Space” by Mies van der Rohe.

****No registration is required. All interested are welcome****

Enquiry: esthers@hku.hk

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