24 September 2018

co+labo radović  co+labo presented our ways of thinking+making @Biennale Architettura   
Following an invitation from City, Space, Architecture organisation, co+labo radović had an opportunity to present how it operates and some of the products of our work an the most illustrious venues in the world of Architecture - Biennale di VeneziaThe Symposium and Workshop entitled Past Present and Future of Public Space: Knowledge sharing toward implementation of the New Urban Agenda, which was chaired by Luisa Bravo, the Founder and President of City, Space, Architecture, included Darko's lecture on the ways in which the unique, foreigner-led architecture and urban design laboratory operates within the peculiar Japanese educational system (below), and a presentation by five co+labo Masters students - Magome Ayumu (currently Double Degree student at Politecnico di Milano), Mikogami Mayuko, Morimoto Mei currently Double Degree student at KTH Stockholm), Kobayashi Daisuke and Samejima Takuomi (at the bottom of this post). This interest in co+labo ways follows and expands upon discussions triggered by Darko's key-note address, which was delivered at the Congress of European Association for Architectural Education on Bordeaux in September 2017.
Besides Keio Architecture (co+labo), the participants included Meiji University (Boontharm Studio), Chinese University of Hong Kong, City University of New York, Hunan University, IUAV University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Lodz University of Technology, Manchester School of Architecture, Politecnico di Milano, Pratt Institute, Shanghai University, Stanford University, Syracuse University in Florence, Tsinghua University, TU Vienna, Universidad Espírito Santo Ecuador, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, University of Auckland, University of Bologna, University of Cambridge, University College Cork, University of Florence, University of Nicosia and University of Palermo. 
co+labo activities at Biennale ended in the Dutch Pavilion, with our partners from the City of Amsterdam - the launch of their book "Body, Work, Leisure" and discussions about their theme, the future of Amsterdam (and, at the margins, our forthcoming, November workshop there).

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