Topological Membrane

Honorable mentions

Topological Membrane

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Several layers of topological structures are secured, with built-in lighting in their outer edges. Visitors can enter inside thorough some holes opened on the structures. As visitors move deeper inside, they can experience a more organic space. This is a space installation designed to allow visitors to find other visitors who can be seen off and on, and who are also part of the installation

【Support / Cooperation】
Yoko Audo Design Takashi Manda Structural Design Izumi Okayasu Lighting Design Re-public Initiative Nohmura Foundation for Membrane Structure's Technology

Kobe University TSUKIHASHI Laboratory

Kobe University TSUKIHASHI LaboratoryKobe-city

Established in 2009. In March 2011, planned the reconstruction assistance in response to the Great East Japan Earthquake “Lost Homes Project” and managed working committee. Cooperate with domestic architecture universities to create scale models of lost towns and hold workshop named “Town of Memories Workshop”. They held large-scaled workshop for eight times and more than 20 thousand visitors visited there and still keep on activities. To connect Kobe and Tohoku where damaged heavily by earthquake, promote exhibition at Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art and Kobe KIITO. As part of laboratory activities, they actively participate in art festivals.

《Main exhibitions and awards》
2011 Shinjuku Creators Festa 2011 / Merit Award (Tokyo)
2013 Shinjuku Creators Festa 2013 / Merit Award (Tokyo)

2011 Held the exhibition of ”Lost Homes” – Towns lived in Sanriku – at Museum of Contemporary Art
2013 Held the exhibition of “Activities for Scale Model Project for Restoring Lost Homes” at Hyogo Prefectural Museum
2014 Exhibit “Earthquake and expression BOX ART – the metaphor to commune” at Riasark Museum
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