co+labo is an Architecture and Urban Design Laboratory at Keio University, Tokyo. It is based in the Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Systems Design Engineering
co+labo is involved in education, research and design-research in the fields of architecture and urban design.
co+labo team has started work on construction of Jiyugaoka urban research pavilion
The work has started at the grounds of the local Shinto shrine on Saturday morning. The testing of the tent structure was conducted under the guidance of Mr Shimura, the representative of local community which generously supports this co+laboMn'M project. The pavilion will be erected in Kouhobutsugawa Street and, in the period 20-23 July, serve as the centre for collection of data on urban quality of that area. If you are in Tokyo in that period, please visit the co+labo+Jurban research pavilion and contribute to success of the Mn'M project.
Mn’M in Tokyo - Jiyugaoka co+labo urban research pavilion
in summer, autumn and winter of 2013, Kuhonbutsugawa Street in Jiyugaoka will be the site of investigations within the majorresearch Mn’M project. The work will be conducted in an urban research pavilion. The jury (Davisi Boontharm, Tetsuo Kondo, Ryoko Iwase, Sano Sano, Tamao Hashimoto, chaired by Darko Radovic) reviewed internal co+labo submissions for design of the summer pavilion, and awarded the first prize to co+labo undergraduate student Kira Horie. The pavilion will be erected on 19 July and the fieldwork conducted 20-23 July.
If you are in Tokyo, please visit the co+labo+Jurban research pavilion and contribute to our data collection.
in collaboration with NUS, co+labo, 3-7.6.2013
has conducted a dérive fieldwork session in Singapore
the fieldwork In the Search of Urban
Intensities - Asia was part of the co+labo contribution to the major research project Measuring
the non-Measurable, which is conducted at IKI -
International Keio Institute for Architecture and Urbanism 2O11-13. co+labo
team: Darko Radović+Davisi Boontharm+Tamao Hashimoto+Milica Muminović+Ilze
Paklone. The fieldwork was hosted by Professors Heng Chye Kiang and involved
NUS research assistants Yeo Su-Jan, Chia Patricia and Lim Sze Ying.
in collaboration with Chulalongkorn and Silpakorn Universities, 26-29.6.2013 aco+labo team has conducted the fieldwork in Bangkok
the fieldwork In the Search of Urban Intensities - Asia was part of the co+labo contribution to the major research project Measuring the non-Measurable, which is conducted at IKI - International Keio Institute for Architecture and Urbanism 2O11-13