Momoyo Kaijima – Bartlett International Lecture Series
6:30 pm to 8:00 pm, 06 February 2019
The Bartlett School of Architecture020 3108 7337
Christopher Ingold Auditorium (via 22 Gordon Street)22 Gordon StreetLondonWC1H 0QBUnited Kingdom
Momoyo discusses Architectural Behaviorology, an architectural design method, in which one focusses on creating better accessibility to local resources. Through the lens of ethnographical network, architects cultivate local resources to rediscover unconscious and invisible relationships among them, which they then activate by proposing architectural design.
Momoyo Kaijima graduated from the Faculty of Domestic Science at Japan Women’s University in 1991 and founded Atelier Bow-Wow with Yoshiharu Tsukamoto in 1992.
Momoyo taught as a visiting professor at the Department of Architecture at Harvard Graduate School of Design for thirteen years and received the RIBA International Fellowship in 2012. Most recently, she was the curator of Japan Pavilion at the 2018 International Architecture Exhibition: La Biennale di Venezia.
While engaging in design projects for houses, public buildings and station plazas, she has conducted numerous investigations of the city through such projects as Made in Tokyo and Pet Architecture.
Image: 1K, Katori, Chiba, Japan. Photography by Tomo Ishiwatari
This event is free and open to all. No booking is required, but please arrive early to guarantee your place.
Supported by Fletcher Priest Architects
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