12 April 2016
co+labo radović Fumihiko Maki’s lecture, organised by co+labo, opens a special studio
This year Studio B, which for the majority of students of architecture at Keio University their final design project, will start on 13 April, with a very special lecture. The doyen of Japanese architecture Maki Fumihiko will present some of the latest work from his remarkable career, with special emphasis on tertiary education complexes and buildings. In 2016, the Studio will focus at design-research scenarios for a compact, top-class graduate school of design, in which a hypothetical future international programme of architectural and urban design could be delivered.
The subject, coordinated by Darko Radović, will be delivered by four young, already established architects, co+labo associates Sano Satoshi (Eureka), Kondo Tetsuo (Tetsuo Kondo Architects), Meijo Toshiki (Kengo Kuma and Associates) and Saikawa Takumi (Takumi Saikawa Architects), with interim and final presentations in front of the panels of Studio B, Keio and IKI regulars, including Sejima Kazuyo, Kobayashi Hiroto, Davisi Boontharm, Tatsuya Kishimoto, Jorge Almazán. Studio B 2016 was organised by co+labo.