International Lecture Series: Kengo Kuma & Yuki Ikeguchi
Danneskiold-Samsøes Allé 53
1435 København K
Kunstakademiets Arkitektskole inviterer til åben forelæsning med Kengo Kuma og Yuki Ikeguchi. Forelæsningen er del af forelæsningsrækken: "International Lectures Series", hvor Arkitektskolen inviterer store internationale navne indenfor til en eftermiddag med fokus på væsentlige internationale temaer i arkitekturen.
'Kengo Kuma & Associates', led by Yuki Ikeguchi, partner in charge, have recently won the competition to design a new waterfront cultural centre as part of the masterplan for Copenhagen’s Paper Island in collaboration with 'Cornelius Vöge Atelier for Arkitektur' and 'Søren Jensen Rådgivende Ingeniører'.
Kengo Kuma and Yuki Ikeguchi will give a lecture on the project, that creates a connection between land and sea, and combines facilities for sports associations, harbour baths and an indoor/outdoor pool along the edge of the main canal.
About Kengo Kuma
Kengo Kuma is an architect, PhD and professor at the Graduate School of Architecture at the University of Tokyo. He is the founder of ‘Kengo Kuma & Associates’ that employs over 150 architects in Tokyo and Paris, designing projects of diverse type and scale throughout the world. Kuma runs diverse research projects concerning architecture, urbanity and design within his own Laboratory, ’Kuma Lab’. Kuma’s projects maintain a keen interest in the manipulation of light with nature through materiality.