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This is the second course of “Four Facets of Contemporary Japanese Architecture” series, with the focus on the second facet: technology. The technology portion will focus on the works by the architects who explored the use of technology—from techniques used for traditional crafts to computational processes—as a vehicle for their investigations into the conceptualization and production of the architecture.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: The University of Tokyo

Course Curriculum

Welcome & Pre-Course Survey
Course Navigation 00:02:00
Module 1 Introduction
1.1 Revisiting Kenzo Tange 1 00:04:00
1.2 Revisiting Kenzo Tange 2 00:07:00
1.3 Revisiting Kenzo Tange 3 00:07:00
1.4 Revisiting Kenzo Tange 4 00:09:00
1.5 Revisiting Kenzo Tange 5 00:07:00
Module 2 Arata Isozaki and Hisao Kohyama
2.1 In Search of a Space 1 00:10:00
2.2 In Search of a Space 2 00:09:00
2.3 In Search of a Space 3 00:12:00
2.4 In Search of a Space 4 00:11:00
2.5 Learning from Style 1 00:04:00
2.6 Learning from Style 2 00:11:00
2.7 Learning from Style 3 00:10:00
2.8 Learning from Style 4 00:10:00
2.9 Learning from Style 5 00:10:00
Module 3 Terunobu Fujimori and Hidetoshi Ohno
3.1 New Primitivism 1 00:04:00
3.2 New Primitivism 2 00:08:00
3.3 New Primitivism 3 00:07:00
3.4 New Primitivism 4 00:10:00
3.5 New Primitivism 5 00:10:00
3.6 Connecting the Dots 1 00:04:00
3.7 Connecting the Dots 2 00:09:00
3.8 Connecting the Dots 3 00:07:00
3.9 Connecting the Dots 4 00:10:00
3.10 Connecting the Dots 5 00:09:00
Module 4 Kengo Kuma and Kazuyo Sejima
4.1 Architect without Architecture 1 00:04:00
4.2 Architect without Architecture 2 00:08:00
4.3 Architect without Architecture 3 00:10:00
4.4 Architect without Architecture 4 00:07:00
4.5 Architect without Architecture 5 00:08:00
4.6 Too Large As Architecture Too Small As City 1 00:04:00
4.7 Too Large As Architecture Too Small As City 2 00:10:00
4.8 Too Large As Architecture Too Small As City 3 00:11:00
4.9 Too Large As Architecture Too Small As City 4 00:10:00
4.10 Too Large As Architecture Too Small As City 5 00:13:00
Module 5 Review - 1st Facet: Theory
5.1 Review 1 00:09:00
5.2 Review 2 00:09:00
5.3 Review 3 00:08:00
5.4 Review 4 00:06:00
5.5 Review 5 00:07:00
5.6 Review 6 00:07:00
5.7 Review 7 00:09:00
5.8 Review 8 00:10:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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