19 July 2016

co+laboradović       final architectural+urban design Studio B presentation on 25 July 2016     
This year Keio's Studio B was special in a number of ways. The theme was Keio Graduate School of Design, K-GSD. The task for Keio Masters students was to imagine the best model for reseraching, teaching and learning architectural and urban design within the unique environment of the oldest university in Japan, and to find its best spatial expression. The Studio was delivered in an innovative format. Four young, exciting architects Tetsuo Kondo, Toshiki Meijo, Takumi Saikawa and Satoshi Sano taught their  approaches to design both at the University and in their offices. K-GSD project was introduced by a legend of Japanese architecture, Fumihiko Maki. It will be completed on 25 July, in front of the Jury headed by another great Japanese and Keio's great, Kazuyo Sejima. Studio B was coordinated by co+labo's Darko Radović and eight co+labo took part.