2013 Community Week: Material Equilibrium

Ko Nakamura Team
Photo by: Maria Rotello (Stanford University)

“Community Week in Tokyo had some unexpected and exciting outcomes. I did learn some really valuable lessons about architecture, but my exposure to Japanese culture and the lasting relationships that I formed seem to be the greatest takeaways from the experience.” ~ Maria Rotello

paris in tokyo
Photo by: Erin Moore (University of Oregon)

Something of Paris in Tokyo ~Erin Moore

mobile tokyo
Photo by: Erin Moore (University of Oregon)

The existing mobile space of Aoyama ~ Erin Moore

considering
Photo by: Erin Moore (University of Oregon)

Considering depth of grief and of water at site of terrible tsunami loss ~ Erin Moore

Beths team
Photo by: Erin Moore (University of Oregon)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The workshop… the room full of ideas, processes, practices, experiments, and good will. Nerve-wracking and exciting at the same time. I loved seeing how all of the teams worked in different ways, different dynamics and such different outcomes. ~Beth Weinstein

 

2013 Community Week: Material Equilibrium

Ko Nakamura Team
Photo by: Maria Rotello (Stanford University)

“Community Week in Tokyo had some unexpected and exciting outcomes. I did learn some really valuable lessons about architecture, but my exposure to Japanese culture and the lasting relationships that I formed seem to be the greatest takeaways from the experience.” ~ Maria Rotello

paris in tokyo
Photo by: Erin Moore (University of Oregon)

Something of Paris in Tokyo ~Erin Moore

mobile tokyo
Photo by: Erin Moore (University of Oregon)

The existing mobile space of Aoyama ~ Erin Moore

considering
Photo by: Erin Moore (University of Oregon)

Considering depth of grief and of water at site of terrible tsunami loss ~ Erin Moore

Beths team
Photo by: Erin Moore (University of Oregon)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The workshop… the room full of ideas, processes, practices, experiments, and good will. Nerve-wracking and exciting at the same time. I loved seeing how all of the teams worked in different ways, different dynamics and such different outcomes. ~Beth Weinstein