31 March 2021

  co+labo radović With 12 years co+labo@Keio closes down&co+labo moves towards co+re

The red plus in the co+labo radović logo stands for one of the most important aspects of our foundational concept the suggestion of, desire for and the willingness to reach beyond, to seek and reach more than when expected. Our + stood for more than just simple addition. And the ways of thinking, making and living projects in our kenkyushitsu in the periond 2OO9-21 at the oldest university in Japan was true to that credo ... (to be continued  ... soon).

27 March 2021

 co+labo radović    A Grand co+labo @ Keio Farewell Party ... live ... full report follows soon 

co+labo radović completes its twelve years at Keio University with a big online party, with participation of its graduates, associates, partners and affiliates. Below is a snapshot of screen with - at that moment - 85 attendees from five continents. A full report will follow shortly.

31 January 2021


 a big co+labo@Keio finale-with final Diploma, Masters and PhD defences  

 PhD Theses 2O2O by Satoshi Sano (details on the poster, above left) and Ivan Filipović (details above, right).

co+labo 2O2O Masters Theses were Shinichi Nishibori's "Spatial analysis of the links between between everyday lives and urban canals, a case study of Chuo Ward, Tokyo" (part of the analysis presented up, left), Jumpei Kawamoto's investigation of "The relationships between spatial composition or railway stations and everyday life, a case study of Yamanote Line (up, right); Yukie Takasu's "Cultural contextualisation test of public space algorithm, critical analysis of its application in Jiyugaoka, Tokyo (below, left); Hiroki Shigemura's research of "Human scale, the quality of experience and pedestrian activities in the streets of Ginza" (below, middle); and Amami Iwata's work on "Architectural design of light and its relationship with experience and use of Catholic churches in central Tokyo" (below right). 

+labo 2O2O Graduate Theses were Yurino Oguri's "'Eyes on the street' and the sense of security, a case study of Tsukishima, Tokyo" (a sample illustration of delayering analysis below, left) and Reiya Sasaki's "Programmatic and spatial integration of war-related sites in urban space, a case study of Tokyo" (a sample information sheet below, right).