Tomorrow night, the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design is welcoming Yoshiharu Tsukamoto to lecture about the Practice of Lively Spaces as part of their spring 2007 lecture series.
Tsukamoto was born in Kanagawa, Japan and obtained his doctorate in Architecture at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. He and his partner Momoyo Kaijima established Atelier Bow-Wow publishing several books investigating the urban landscape in Tokyo. Their practice has also won several awards, including the NAX Design Competition Cooper Prize and Tokyo Housing Award.
Yoshiharu Tsukamoto Practice of Lively Spaces. Tuesday, January 30 at 6:30pm. 230 College Street – Room 103.