Graduate School of Science and Technology Department of Architecture: an international symposium with Harvard University Graduate School

Sep. 05, 2016

The keynote speech by Associate Professor Mulligan, who has a thorough knowledge of Japan The keynote speech by Associate Professor Mulligan, who has a thorough knowledge of Japan Panel discussion devoted to a multifaceted examination of regional regeneration Panel discussion devoted to a multifaceted examination of regional regeneration

On July 26, the International Program in Architecture and Urban Design (I-AUD) in the Meiji University Graduate School of Science and Technology Architecture Program held an international symposium, the meaning of Local Regeneration in the Global Society, on the Nakano Campus. The symposium was planned by the I-AUD and the Harvard Graduate School of Design as an event connected with the Harvard GSD Japan Summer Workshop 2016 (July 25 – 30). The workshop was held in collaboration with graduate school students in architecture in Tokyo. On the day of the symposium, Mark Mulligan, Associate Professor in Practice of Architecture, Harvard Graduate School of Design, delivered the keynote speech. In his remarks, he described his experience of working in Japan and the classroom scene in the Harvard Graduate School of Design, in which students study the architectural process applied by the world-famous architect Kenzo Tange.
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