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Daniel Bonilla

2018.06.26 | 19:00 | Free with RSVP

WeWork Ginza Six
Ginza Six 13F 6-10-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Daniel Bonilla, principal of TAB>I (Taller de Arquitectura de Bogotá), discusses Colombia’s built environment through Bogotá’s features and the impact of its local government based on four fields of exploration and research—void and mass, mutation, abstract building, and additive systems. Bonilla is a graduate of Los Andes University Bogotá, with a Master of Arts in Urban Design from Oxford Brookes University, and further studies at the College of Technology in Dublin and Milan Polytechnic.

2.0 HSW CES credits

 
 
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Phu Hoang + Rachely Rotem

2018.07.10 | 19:00 | Free with RSVP

WeWork Ginza Six
Ginza Six 13F 6-10-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Led by Rome Prize Fellows Phu Hoang and Rachely Rotem, MODU is an interdisciplinary design studio creating architecture, urban spaces, and interiors. MODU has designed mixed-use facilities, outdoor pavilions, co-working spaces, urban homes, and other projects in between. Based in New York City, MODU also directs a think tank with diverse experts linking culture and industry, and collaborates with a community of leaders that includes climate scientists, sociologists, technologists, and interactive artists.

2.0 HSW CES credits

 
 
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American Institute of Architects advocates for the value of architecture and gives architects the resources they need to do their best work. AIA's work drives positive change through the power of design. Founded in 1857 by 13 architects, the organization is now over 90,000 members strong with over 260 chapters around the world.

AIA International is the broadest geographical region of the American Institute of Architects, providing a collaborative leadership platform to empower members and encourage global success through best practice, innovative thinking and design excellence.

AIA Japan is a bridge between US professional practices and Japanese design firms, professional associations and educational institutions, engaging in a dialogue to enhance the architectural practice in Japan through local events, educational programs, mentorship and overseas travel activities.

 
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