Kengo Kuma

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Wednesday 30 April 2014

Kengo Kuma, architect
in conversation with Jan Geipel, head of the Interior Architecture faculty
Head – Genève, Boulevard James-Fazy 15, auditorium

The Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has taught at the Columbia University in the United States and is currently a professor at the University of Tokyo, where he supervises research projects on architecture and urban planning.

In 1997, Kuma won the Japanese Institute of Architecture Prize. His firm employs more than 150 architects in Tokyo and Paris, and his work seeks to reinterpret Japanese and Asian building traditions for the 21st century.


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